Popular Australia-based Ghanaian gospel artiste,
Earlier this year, the ‘Spiritual Commando’ hitmaker was at the centre of controversy when he posted a picture together with Castro on his Facebook page few days after the founder and leader of Cosmos Affran Ministries, Prophet Cosmos Walker Affran had stated in an interview that the Hiplife star Castro is not dead.
According to Prophet Cosmos, Castro who was declared missing after taking a jet ski on which he carried a lady identified as Janet Bandu, towards the Ada Estuary where the two were believed to have drowned, is alive but afraid to return to Ghana.
He explained that Castro, after realising that Janet Bandu had died, fled because he feared prosecution.
Peacock’s post on Facebook caused many people to question whether Castro is hiding at his house in Australia.
Reacting to the allegations that Castro is in his possession in Australia, Jay Peacock, who collapsed in his studio on Tuesday, July 31, 2018, and was rushed to the hospital at Sydney, broke silence on his sick bed stating that:
“Castro is not in my house in Australia If Castro was in my house I would’ve done a song with him”, Jay Peacock said in an exclusive video.
Jay Peacock, who is currently responding to treatment thanked his fans for praying for him and advised the media to be circumspect in their reportage