Skeem Saam's Oros Mampofu has spoken up for pastor Alph Lukau and came to his defence. Oros says the pastor pulled him from a very dark place and made him believe there is a God, and that he will continue attending his sermons.
Pastor Alph Lukau has made numerous headlines in Mzansi over the past few days. A video showing him allegedly raising a man from the dead has gone viral on social media, putting him in the spotlight.
However, there's a massive debate over the authenticity of the video, and the Alleluia International Ministries church has since changed its story, claiming the man was 'undead' by the time the video was made.
They insist the pastor simply continued the miracle that God started.
This controversy doesn't bother actor Oros Mampofu in the least. He believes in pastor Lukau and will continue to attend his sermons, according to a report by TimesLIVE.
Oros took to social media to defend the pastor, saying he pulled him from a dark space.
I don't know if he really raised that person from the dead, but one thing I do know is that he pulled me out of my situation.
He pulled me out of a space that was real, that was really dark for me. He made me believe that there was light. He made me believe that there may actually be a God.
While Oros may be on the pastor's side, Briefly.co.za learned that other celebs slammed him for being fake and can't believe that people fall for his lies.
Musician Ringo Madlingozi is convinced the whole 'miracle' was orchestrated by those involved.
The Soil's Buhle Mda questioned how people can actually fall for 'tricks' by pastors.
Even Nimrod Nkosi joined in and poked fun at the 'miracle'.
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