There is never a dull moment on social media streets, especially on Twitter where people get to express whatever they feel like letting out. There has never passed a day without any drama or hot trends, which has made it very active all the time.
Celebrities, politicians, you name them, are scrutinized each time they get to share something on the platform. Just recently, a well-known tweep, Man’s NOT Barry Roux shared pictures of the man of God, Pastor Alph Lukau who made shocking waves after ‘raising a man from the dead’, flexing in a multi-million rand car, Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV.
‘In case you have been thinking where Alpha Lukau, the guy who woke up Elliot from the dead is. Here he is with his new Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV. Scam them Papa’, he wrote.
In case you have been thinking where Alpha Lukau, the guy who woke up Elliot from the dead is. Here he is with his new Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV. Scam them Papa. pic.twitter.com/UxBrhVkeRP
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) July 1, 2020
With no time, a lot of tweeps reacted with mixed reactions and they had this to say:
South Africa is safe heaven for foreigners who scam people using fake miracles, Try that in Nigeria, Nigerians are quick to deport foreigners in their country.
— South African (@JohnThefuturer) July 1, 2020
These people are fooling and lying to yall so they can have money to come lavish and brag to us here… Mxm this is a scam using religion! pic.twitter.com/7ZMmUJSWJz
— Cellular ❁ (@robzinterris) July 1, 2020
Gues what in South Africa, he will still be defended by his people from South Africa pic.twitter.com/HVyTMz3tvd
— patrick012 (@patrick01213) July 1, 2020
Its not just money from his members, these guys are using churches to launder money from drugs, prostitution and other illegal activities. Sometimes they do it for their associates and get a cut.
— 🇿🇦Bobby Mugabe🇿🇦 (@MugabeBobby) July 1, 2020
😂😂😂😂 stop it guys .. I used to church there 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/K8YJrMnPy6
— 🌬️ M E L A N C H O L Y 🍃 (@Baki_Baki01) July 1, 2020
It’s not only about him as a scammer but the gullible receipts who loose money to buy hope
— Samketi (@Samketi19) July 1, 2020
And why is driving a Culllinan anyone’s news🤷🏾♂️ I see some are in tears…. is he supposed to drive a Ford or Chevy?🤔
— Reuben Malgas (@sirreubs) July 1, 2020
In other news – N#de video goes viral: Nigerians humiliate [email protected] SA women in Parklands for stealing Rolex watch & bracelet – Watch
Some Nigerian men residing in Parklands have humiliated two South African women, this time taking a video of [email protected] women in their apartment. The nu_de women pleaded not to have their pictures taken but the Nigerians were having none of it.
The women are being accused of stealing the Nigerians Rolex watch. “Hey shut up, where is my Rolex watch, ” one of the men is heard saying. continue reading