- Social media influencer Lasizwe took to social media to share his shock about the latest episode of AmaBishop
- Lasizwe can't believe the things that take place in some churches in Mzansi and had to share with others
- Social media users reacted to Lasizwe Dambuza's tweet about AmaBishop and had their own views too
Mzansi media personality Lasizwe Dambuza is shocked by the latest developments on AmaBishop. Taking to social media, Lasizwe shared that he doesn't know what to believe about the church anymore. He tweeted:
"Pastors using body parts to keep their congregations large?! Yoh every week we’re hit with bombs."
AmaBishop is a show that's all about exposing the scandals that take place in South African churches. Since pastors like Bushiri have been around, congregants are beginning to be more cautious about where they choose to worship the Lord.
Lasizwe is not the only one who was shocked by what has transpired on the show but others are also just as concerned as he is. It seems as though nobody is really safe in Mzansi and that is scaring a number of people.
Check out the reactions to Lasizwe's tweet on social media below:
"Just because some churches are fake, it doesn't mean there is no God."
"I haven't been to church since before lockdown. I'm confused, sad and just don't know who to believe."
"And you believe that. Who sells body parts. Sangomas and choose to believe sangomas."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Lasizwe Dambuza is saddened by corruption. Lasizwe Dambuza has noticed how the endless corruption in South Africa has made people wary of literally everything.
Not even those with actual good intentions are taken seriously anymore. It is no secret that SA is riddled with corruption. Lasizwe feels that it is very sad how the corrupt have made every act questionable because of their shady doings.
Taking to social media, Lasizwe expressed his feelings, highlighting what a sad time it actually is to be alive. You could build a children’s home and someone will question your intentions, it is crazy!
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