Shepherd Bushiri: Shimza makes fun of the pastor's escape from the country

Shepherd Bushiri: Shimza makes fun of the pastor's escape from the country

- Bushiri and his wife's escape from Mzansi has sparked many hilarious reactions from citizens

- Even Shimza weighed in on the matter by posting a video of Bushiri preaching about running away from trouble

- Mzansi social media users couldn't help but laugh at the hilarious clip

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As the country continues to process the escape of Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary, some have taken to social media to joke about it. Music producer Shimza is one of those who has chosen to see the lighter side in the drama. He recently took to Twitter to share a video of Bushiri preaching about how the righteous run away from trouble.

Although the video was out of context, it seemed to apply to the situation Bushiri finds himself in right now. Shimza captioned the video:

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"Today’s scripture bazalwane..."

His video left many social media users in stitches. Twitter user Cellular_ZA said:

"Bathi practice what you preach and he did exactly that... Running away when there's trouble."

@Mbali5000 said:

"I am sure judge Thandi is messing her pants now. How can she grand bail to someone who shipped his cars to Malawi without trace. The signs were there."

bongz_3stax said:

"He sensed danger and heuww..."

CulpritEnter said:

"That nigga said I’m out!"
Bushiri: Shimza makes fun of the pastor's escape from the country

Shimza has weighed in on the Bushiris' escape from Mzansi. Image: DJ Shimza/Instagram
Source: Instagram previously reported that prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary pulled a fast one and fled Mzansi for Malawi, leaving South Africa gobsmacked. The pair had paid R200 000 in bail each. The couple were granted their freedom on condition that they did not travel outside of South Africa, in fact, they were limited to only travelling in Gauteng and the North West province.

Questions have been raised as to how the couple left SA and entered Malawi, seeing that their travel documents were confiscated as part of their bail conditions while the trial was in process.

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Bushiri posted a statement on Facebook explaining that he had returned to their home country due to security concerns, which arose in 2015, getting worse as a result of the trial. He alluded to threats to his and his wife's safety after he claimed several attempts had been made on his life.

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