Controversial preacher Passion Java has been criticised for his social media post in which he claimed he was buying cars for two local comediennes, Madam Boss (Tarisai Cleopatra Chikocho) and Mai Titi (Felistas Murata Edwards).
Java shared pictures on Facebook in which he was standing between the two actors, who were both leaning on Mercs, captioned with the words, “Car shopping for Mai Ts Diaries & Madam Boss chkuma shkweeeeeeeee…”
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The post received mixed reactions, with some of the commentators showing disapproval while other showered praise on the self-styled prophet. One Tariro Muduzi wrote, “Twabamu urikudiwa nevana varikuda school fees if you do that then ndokupa mabig ups“.
Lee Dzine said: “It’s so sad when you forget that some of your followers are from extremely poor background. It’s good to inspire and motivate. You might be doing it for your haters but tmusakanganwewo your poor followers hamawe”.
Another commentator, Marshal Chinyan’anya wrote, “All good but there are so many people vakarara vasina kana chekudya so many people need help out there buying Mota kuvanhu vane MaBusiness avo unoona vamwe kunyora heee Mbinga mbinga so many kids vanoenda even to school without shoes or a proper uniform munhu waMwari Kuma location vanoenda vanogona zviriko in not saying batsira vese Proverbs 19:17 (NIV) “Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done.”
Benson Molandi said: “Fatherless children are dying in the streets because of hunger and cold. So many disabled are desperately needing a helping hand. Zvino kana dzongonanzvana dzakakora dzega ko dzinoshaya dzozoita sei? Food for thought!”
However, some commentators applauded Java for the gesture. Pole-dancer-cum-musician Beverly Sibanda (Bev), wrote: “Makorokoto Madam Boss and Mai Ts Diaries mapinda, Thank you Passion Java.”.
Paula Fungisayi, said: “I don’t understand people who try and tell Java how to spend his money . Hee give to the needy , IPA yako iwe to the needy. You’re doing well prophet”