Twitter left confused after video goes viral of pastor vomiting money in SA

Twitter left confused after video goes viral of pastor vomiting money in SA

A Nigerian pastor, Andrew Ejimadu, raised some eyebrows when he was caught on video vomiting money in a woman's purse.

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According to the report, Ejimadu was preaching in South Africa at the time of the incident, which showed him emptying a woman's handbag before vomiting money in it.

The video was on social media by Twitter user @Am_Blujay on Monday.

He captioned the post: "A pastor that vomits money I have seen it all, Nigerians are hustlers."

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Needless to say the video sparked quite the reaction from social media users and Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the best comments.

Walter Manyandure, who goes by the Twitter handle @WallyWally31, commented: "I have never seen someone vomiting looking upwards..., turning the handbag upside down so that the notes drop into his mouth.."
Another tweep, @SiyaJudge, wrote: "Mens is a good magician. Pity those people are gullible enough to believe that is God's work."
Social media user @papacalebb added, "Why he covered his mouth with that handbag instead of voting money on the floor of the church?Biblically,miracles are for unbelievers to believe but people in the church have already accepted Jesus then what they need are more teachings and preaching ONLY.Miracles are minor."

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Taking to Facebook, the prophet also spoke about the incident, where he claimed 5000 people received miracle money that night.

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