- Paseka Motsoeneng, aka Pastor Mboro, has been filmed going on a rant a Nando's restaurant recently
- Mboro explains in the video that there was a lack of service and proceeds to blame self-proclaimed prophet, Shepherd Bushiri for the treatment
- Mboro has never been shy to express his feelings about Bushiri and made sure to emphasise it in this video
Paseka "Mboro" Motsoeneng has gone on yet another rant which was shared to social media. In the video, Mboro can be seen dressed in a suit while expressively ranting about the service (or lack thereof) he was receiving at a Nando's restaurant.
Mboro blamed controversial religious leader Shepherd Bushiri for the service. He made claims that he was "suffering" because of Major 1. The 2-minute, 20-second rant was shared to Twitter by @HermaineM.
The 52-year-old has always been vocal about his feelings towards Bushiri. In the video, he quite loudly says: "We have to suffer because of Bushiri."
Mboro can be heard saying that orders were put through but not received. At one point, Mboro points at a staff member and refers to him as a "Bushiri boy". He made sure to walk around the entire restaurant, speaking as loud as he could.
Take a look at the rant below:
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on Mboro creating a very odd discussion on social media after two videos of him ranting were shared. Mboro, dressed in a gown with his name on it, starts speaking about a message he received on WhatsApp. The video is broken up into two parts.
In the second part, Mboro compares church-goers who change their pastors to slay queens. He says that slay queens go to the "highest bidder". He continues on with his rant and South Africans found it quite funny.
The videos were shared to Twitter by @NyamboseSebe yesterday and has gained views in the thousands already. Saffa tweeps spoke about Mboro's choice of attire and the way in which he made comparisons.
@Tumi_Molf tweeted in response to the odd video:
"What the hell is wrong with men in gowns lately. Ke worried."
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