- A woman shared photos of a pastor 'forcing' his congregation to drink Savannah
- The post was meant to throw shade at the religious leader
- However, Mzansi saw nothing wrong with the images and some even wanted to join the church
African pastors have been given a bad rep - from the man who feeds his congregation dog meat to the religious leader who made his church members drink disinfectant.
On Wednesday, a social media user, who has been identified as @Les_TheGreat, threw shade at another pastor. However, her post backfired and South Africans wanted to apply to become part of his church.
According to @Les_TheGreat, the pastor forced his congregation to drink booze.
"Pastor forcing congregants to drink Savannah," she captioned several photos.
Briefly.co.za gathered no information on where or when the incident took place was provided but Mzansi did not care.
South Africans, and other African citizens, wanted to join the Savannah pastor's church.
Social media user, @Makonda_Hardy, commented: "Forced? I need the location of this church, they ain't going to need to force me..."
Mira Bikitsha, who goes by the Twitter handle @MsMiraBikitsha, added: "I think it’s time we changed churches."
Lebogang, @LeboLeleMakola, wrote: "Where is this church? Asking for a friend."
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