Rapper and actor Phila Madlingozi has shared his opinion on fake pastors. According to him, Christianity is to blame for destroying black spirituality. The musician refuses to believe in pastors who promise miracles.
Fake pastors have been the talk of the town lately, thanks to a video showing self-proclaimed prophet Alph Lukau allegedly resurrecting a man from the dead.
The pastor has since claimed that the man was actually alive before the video was taken and the whole thing seems to be just a mess.
South African rapper and actor Phila Madlingozi shared what he thinks of Christianity and fake pastors.
Taking to social media, Phila blames Christianity for almost entirely destroying black spirituality.
Christianity has almost totally destroyed black spirituality. Our real power, our true connection to the source of life.
As reported on by TimesLIVE, Phila added that he would not follow the hype around pastors who are claiming to perform miracles.
He added that people can alienate him for his point of view if they wanted to.
Alienate me all you want. I will be at peace when they kill me some day. I’ve shown that normal is a trap.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the musician also said that faith is powerful, regardless of where it is placed.
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