Lerato K shares her view on fake pastors: 'They prey on the desperate'

Lerato K shares her view on fake pastors: 'They prey on the desperate'

Fake pastors have been in the spotlight for a while now, and more celebs are speaking out against them every day. Lerato Kganyago recently shared what she thinks of these chancers, saying they prey on vulnerable people.

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Joining in on the discussion of fake pastors, Lerato Kganyago gave her two cents' worth on the matter.

According to the radio host and presenter, pastors with ill intentions take advantage of people who are gullible and desperate.

She took to social media to share this opinion, and many of her fans wholeheartedly agreed with her.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that the investigative news show on SABC1, Cutting Edge, aired a doccie about Pastor Alph Lukau, and Lerato responded after seeing it.

The documentary took a closer look at some of the pastor's so-called miracles, as reported on by TimesLIVE.

Here's what some of Lerato's fans had to say on the matter as well:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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