South Africans have taken to social media to poke fun at Pastor Alph Lukau who went viral after a video was shared online, which showed him resurrecting a dead man.
On Monday, Briefly.co.za reported Mzansi was left shook over a viral video, which showed Pastor Lukau resurrecting a man in front of the deceased's sister and his congregation.
The footage showed Lukau talking to bystanders before he prayed for the alleged deceased. After shouting 'rise up!' the corpse sat up straight in the coffin - however, Mzansi is not buying the act.
So, it did not take social media users long to see an opportunity to throw shade at the religious leader.
In true Black Twitter style, South Africans shared hilarious photos and videos, where they poked fun at the unbelievable miracle under the hashtags, #ResurrectionChallenge and #AlphLukauchallenge.
Meanwhile, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux, who also shared the video of Pastor Lukau, made some serious allegations against the religious leader.
The Twitter celeb claimed Lukau hired a hearse, where after they picked up the 'dead' man.
"According to the Funeral Palour Alph lukau’s people only hired the hearse, the body and coffin were collected somewhere else. The Funeral Palour is very pissed about his name being dragged in this Stunt. The Palour is next to Ellis Park Stadium," he wrote.
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