"A spiritualist specializing in marine spirits has declared that renowned Hiplife musician Theophilus Tagoe popularly known as Castro, who was reported missing over a month ago,"
A spiritualist specializing in marine spirits has declared that renowned Hiplife musician Theophilus Tagoe popularly known as Castro, who was reported missing over a month ago, will not be found because he was cursed by his girlfriend and handed over to the spirit world.
Castro was also cursed by the spirit he had contracted to help him become famous and therefore had no protection when the girl he impregnated but denied responsibility for, cursed him, according to Black Son.
The musician and a female friend, Janet Bandu were reported missing on July 6 while on a weekend getaway with Black Stars striker, Asamoah Gyan at Ada.
Reports say Castro and his female friend were said to have taken one of the boats out on a cruise on the Volta Lake. There are conflicting reports on the events that led to their disappearance, and despite an extensive search by the Marine police and the pouring of libation by the local authorities, their bodies have not been found.
Speaking on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem morning show, Black Son, who also predicted that the spirit world would release a virus deadlier than the rampaging Ebola virus next year, claimed the lady, whose name he refused to disclose, was in Accra. Two other girls are in Takoradi but did not curse him; the spiritualist claimed.
‘Castro will not come back. His body will also not be found because he was cursed,’ Black Son declared.
‘Before he became the Castro we know, he was working with spirit. He had a contract with a spirit to make him rise and be popular and rich, but when he saw Asamoah Gyan and the rest and started getting money, he decided to leave the spirit and become a Christian. He fought with the spirit, and it stopped protecting him some months before he disappeared.
‘He also impregnated a number of girls in Accra and Takoradi but he didn’t accept responsibility. One of them in Accra cursed him and gave him to the spirit world to deal with him.’
According to Black Son, the spirits initially tried to kill Castro through an accident ‘but the people around him also had protection.’
Janet Bandu, unfortunately, did not have any protection, and it was ‘therefore easy to kill the two on the water’, Black Son claimed.
Castro, who hails from Takoradi, was born in 1982 to Lydia Tagoe, a trader, and Mr Coffie, an accountant, at the Takoradi Harbour. He attended Anglican Primary and J.S.S in Takoradi.
Before he launched his debut album in 2003, he had featured on hip-life group 4x4 hit track, 'Sikletele” which officially introduced him into the local music scene.
His songs such as 'Odopa', 'Seihor' and 'Africa Girls' etc. have received awards and long airplay over radio waves.
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