American Rapper Snoop Dogg roasts pastor Ng’ang’a in viral Instagram video
Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism ministries is now attracting the attention of global celebrities with his endless church antics.
A viral video of Pastor Ng’ang’a shoving around and raining slaps on a young worshiper – presumably to ‘exorcise’ him of demons – particularly seems to have tickled American rapper, Snoop Dogg.
Snoop Dogg on Sunday posted the video on his Instagram account with the caption:
“When you are late with the offering but the Reverend needs his money.”
The musician roasted Ng’ang’a, over his style of casting out demons from his congregants.
His Instagram followers went wild with laughter with most giving other hilarious reactions to his repost of the viral video.
In the video, the controversial pastor was seen raining a boy with several slaps on the head in bid exorcise him. The boy however was adamant, taking in the slaps without flinching.
In the video, once done with the young boy, the controversial pastor proceeds to subject a section of his congregation to the same treatment.
Towards the end of the video, Pastor Ng’ang’a appears to be particularly keen on shoving and chasing around one woman in the congregation.
Snoop Dogg Instagram followers went wild, with many condemning the pastor’s bizarre actions.
Ng’ang’a then moved on to other congregants who had gone to partake of the salvation offered by their shepherd.
The apostle has in the recent past hit the media with his utterances and actions most of which he has paid for dearly.
On Friday, September 20 the government through the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA), cracked the whip against Ng’ang’a, where he was fined Ksh1 million for exposing a woman’s breast during a live church service on Sasa TV channel.
The preacher was penalised as the broadcast was termed indecent content during the watershed period.
On Thursday, September 19, Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) chief executive, Ezekiel Mutua slammed the pastor in a strongly worded rant.
While addressing the media, Mutua warned that the government would move in to regulate the religious sector if the various councils failed to reign in on pastor Ng’ang’a.
“We hope that somebody is working on it because if they don’t then we will move in. They need to come forward and say that this practice is not ok, they need to self-regulate before the government comes in,” he announced.
Some of his male faithfuls in Nairobi on 27 August also took legal action on Ng’ang’a over threats he made towards them in a past Sunday service.
This action came after a video surfaced of Nga’ng’a threatened to disfigure their genitals.After the threats, the men through Otieno and Amisi Advocated presented their grievances where Ng’ang’a was accused of using threatening, abusive and insulting words.