Viral video of Bushiri singing amuses Mzansi social media users

Viral video of Bushiri singing amuses Mzansi social media users

- A viral video of self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri, has been shared on social media

- In the footage, Bushiri can be seen singing along to a song, much to the amusement of social media users

- Mzansi social media users shared their different opinions about the controversial man of God

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A video of Shepherd Bushiri singing has caused a stir on social media. In the footage, a jovial-looking Bushiri sings along to a catchy song.

The video was shared by the AdvoBarryRoux parody account. It has received over 46 000 views. Amused social media users shared their thoughts about the unusual sight. Twitter user AshleyPhaka said:

"He’s gonna sell that song to his followers for R600"

djkingstuz said:

"They want to use a calculator, they want to find out how I made it" Bathathe poooi. Hau Bush LamaBushBush"

Nimixo said:

"The message behind the song neh. Haters always use a calculator to measure a persons success without knowing the hardship one endured"

iam_Tsotlhe said:

"This guy is going to finish all their money."

YourBoyBedrock said:

"I think we all know how he made it."

phusheee said:

"I am not and never will support this man. He is a con artist but I have to give credit where credits due. Bushiri playing chess while his followers (and haters) are playing checkers. The man outsmarted 2020."

simon_mahuntsi said:

"The man is focus, he has a vision of where he is going, no amount of hatred can distract him on top of it he implement thoughts through actions. I recall Malema's words. When you have a vision of your future you don't entertain negative words."

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ThibosAfrika said:

"The self proclaimed man of God is a millionaire but his followers have applied for unemployment benefits from the South African government."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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