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The lord’s name trended in vain on Twitter on Monday morning after “Jesus” appeared in Kenya over the weekend. According to mutliple accounts from several users, two pastors — one South African — alledgedly recruited a man to dress as the religious figure and attend church.
So Jesus is back y’all 🤣🤣& he’s in tour pic.twitter.com/jzGEOmEw0G
— Mpho (@mphogrey) July 29, 2019
Understandably, the fact that many people believed the man actually was Jesus amazed everyone.
This is Madness! So this Man was brought to preach and you all believed it was Jesus!! You are all going too far. 😳😳😳 pic.twitter.com/u4Mk1tE8S9
— BRAVIN™ (@ItsBravin) July 29, 2019
” A church invited Jesus”
>>>>>> Fast forward, look at the fake Jesus dance😂😂😂😂.. pic.twitter.com/suvlpe33Pc
— Mr.Twititi™🇿🇼 (@dash_zw) July 29, 2019
A pastor in South Africa claims to have invited Jesus to his church. The said Jesus took selfies with members before going back to his heaven😂🤣😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/tipqb3qQ0v
— 👮🏻♂️Alaya Kamal👮🏻♂️ (@iam_skamal) July 29, 2019
Other’s commented on the biblical son of god’s race.
Lol that white Jesus complete with a white robe beard long locs and everything😭🤦🏿♂️😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ciW3ROa9B2
— MafHustle (@TMafundikwa) July 29, 2019
What if you get to heaven and realise Jesus is Black and he is Rasta? 🤨
— ᴋᴏᴍʟᴀʜ™🇬🇭 (@iamKomlah) July 29, 2019
— B.k🇿🇦 (@bandileBk030) July 29, 2019
Ironically, “Satan” also trended on Monday morning, for unrelated reasons.
Death is inevitable so enjoy your life while it lasts
— Satan (@s8n) July 28, 2019
This isn’t the first time a religious moment has trended on Twitter this year. In February, a video of a pastor “resurrecting” a “dead man” birthed a new social media challenge.
Feature image: screenshot, @mphogrey via Twitter