- A woman at the centre of the Bishop Israel Makamu scandal is not holding back
- She alleged that Makamu offered her dad R1 million to keep quiet
- A two-minute voice recording went viral earlier this month in which Makamu allegedly makes sexual advances towards a young woman
Endless Hope Bible Church Bishop Israel Makamu is facing allegations of taking advantage of a woman which led him to quit his Moja Love Tv show.
The woman is spilling all of the tea and has made some damning allegations, one of which is that Makamu allegedly offered her R1 million to keep her father quiet.
She alleged that Makama wanted to use the money as a way of apologising for propositioning the man's 17-year-old daughter.
According to ZAlebs, a Facebook user Nombuleo Mhlanga summarised the situation.
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According to News365, a two-minute voice message went viral in which he made suggestive comments to the young lady.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that Bishop Makamu has voluntarily stepped down from the Moja Love channel pending an internal investigation after a recording "with sexual connotations" was circulated on social media, the channel announced.
The hashtag #BishopMakamu is trending high on Twitter on Wednesday, 12 May as tweeps share their thoughts on the leaked recording. In the clip, Makamu has a conversation with a woman, who is a congregation member, and many people assumed that he was asking her for sex.
Moja Love issued a statement late on Tuesday, 11 May and said they'll be conducting a rigorous internal investigation regarding the matter before Bishop Makamu is reinstated back to the channel.
According to Moja Love, Makamu maintained that he is innocent and said the recording dates back to 2017. He said the lady in the recording worked for him and denied their conversation was sexual in any manner. Makamu claimed it was altered to extort money from him.
"Bishop Makamu suspects his character is being assassinated."
In other news, Nando's has once again found itself having to distance itself from a fake ad that was probably made by an overly enthusiastic Nando's fan. The ad reads: "Wa bhora, sometimes we share but sometimes it's a no."
The fake ad comes after Moja Love's Rea Tsotella presenter, Bishop Israel Makuma, was outed for sending a woman a recording in which he asks her whether or not she is gonna "give him some", to which she first responds no a number of times and then finally gives in.
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Source: Briefly News