Chipiliro Gama who? Mzansi freaks out over Bushiri's 'real' name

Chipiliro Gama who? Mzansi freaks out over Bushiri's 'real' name

South Africans were left shook after it was revealed the controversial Major One's real name is Chipiliro Gama.

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On Wednesday, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux dropped it that Prophet Shepherd Bushiri was a stage name.

Yup, according to the Twitter celeb, the controversial religious leader is actually called Chipiliro Gama.

Man's pointed out that an invoice mistakenly sent to Baloyi Attorneys didn't use Bushiri, and instead called him Chipiliro Gama, The Citizen reported.

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Briefly.co.za gathered the new information caused quite the stir on social media and a lot of tweeps poked fun at Major One's real name.

Joubert Mabasa, who goes by the Twitter handle‏ @bert343937, commented: "Dankie hawk's. Some of us didn't know that "ECG" stand for 'Ezekiel chipiliro gama'."
Another tweep, @missMbaks, wrote: "Did you know! Your daddy's real names are Chipiliro Gama. Bushiri is his spiritual name he uses to call &, text God."

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Meanwhile, while addressing the media outside court on Wednesday, Bushiri claimed he and his wife were innocent.

Briefly.co.za reported Bushiri and his wife, Mary, have been granted bail by the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court.

Bail for the couple has been set at R100 000 each. The pair face charges of fraud, money laundering and more.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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