By Nomfundo Sifundza | 2018-06-13
IN a world where pictures cannot be trusted much like words, it becomes hard to know what and what not to believe.
The streets of social media went abuzz on Monday evening when a picture of a man clad in traditional regalia went viral. The discussion in the circulation of the picture was not that the man was dressed in traditional regalia but the face of the man seems familiar in the entertainment circles.
Other social media users were not afraid of dropping possible names of the man who appeared passed out either by the Holy Spirit or as the norm at Prophet TB Joshua’s church.
The man is seen on the picture with his whole body flat on the floor whilst the famous prophet seems to be praying for him. Sources who are faithful viewers of TB Joshua services which airs on Emmanuel TV, were convinced that their eyes were not playing tricks on them as they believed they knew who the man was. Social media made claims that the man on the floor was a well known artist. when reached for comment, the artist refuted the claims, saying he has never attended a service in Nigeria, where the prophet’s church is located.
However it remains a mystery if there would be anything wrong or amiss with any local personality who would fellowship at TB Joshua’s church.
The church is not only famous for its crumbling in 2014 but also for its miracles whereby the lame walk, the deaf hear and demons are said to be cast out by the prophet. Yet another male artist who is usually clad in traditional regalia was contacted to ascertain if it was him in the picture, but he laughed his lungs out and simply said “wow, social media will always be social media.” He refuted the claims and affirmed he does not even attend church in the country, wondering how he would make it to a church in Nigeria.
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