THE wife of an ex-Premier League goalie has confessed on TV to being a witch who sabotaged his career by putting spells on him.
Richard Kingson, 34, has played in the top flight for Birmingham, Wigan and Blackpool and is the most capped player with his native Ghana.
But since he was released by Blackpool last year he has been without a club and lost his place in the national squad. Now wife Adelaide Tawiah has appeared on a Nigerian TV show to claim she sparked her hubby’s loss of form with a black magic spell — and made him impotent for good measure.
She said: “I messed up Richard’s life ever since we got married. I used my evil powers to trouble his career.
“I’ve been working on him spiritually, to the point he could not perform in bed.”
Her confession came as a controversial TV preacher called TB Joshua was casting out the “evil spirit” that allegedly had a grip on her.
Richard, who wed Adelaide following the 2010 World Cup, yesterday went on Facebook to insist: “My wife is not a witch.”
He said people were often possessed by “false spirits”.
Since last week’s broadcast Adelaide has also denied being a witch — saying it was the spirit that was being cast out that spoke.
She said: “I can’t even remember what took place.
“I am not a witch as it has been rumoured. My husband knows how inspirational I have been to him throughout his goalkeeping career.”
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Former Black Stars keeper, Richard Kingson’s wife has claimed on a TV show that she caused his bad form and personal problems with black magic.
Kingson, who has previously played in the Premier League for Birmingham, Wigan and Blackpool, has failed to find a new club since being released from Bloomfield Road last year with his career suffering an alarming slump.
According to his wife, Adelaide Tawiah, she not only made him lose his form, but also rendered him impotent with the use of black magic.
“I messed up Richard’s life ever since we got married. I used my evil powers to trouble his career, I’ve been working on him spiritually to the point he could not perform in bed,” she said on a Nigerian TV show.
The show she appeared on was one hosted by a preacher called TB Joshua, who had been attempting to cast out the ‘evil spirit’ that supposedly lived inside of her.
Kingson, who is Ghana’s most capped player, has now taken to Facebook to defend his wife.
“My wife is not a witch,” he said in the Facebook post.
Tawiah has also rejected claims that she is a witch, explaining it was the spirit that was being cast out of her that spoke.
She later declared: “I can’t even remember what took place [when making the comments].”
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