Pastor Mboro’s BMW i8 Gets People Angry

Controversial clergyman, Pastor Mboro can now further use the hashtag “#blessed” after copping himself a high end German super sports car.

This has led to some members of his church saying that they won’t be attending church services anymore, a source told Mzansi Mirror that senior church are so angry with the way Mboro is spending tithe money. 

Mboro was recently in the news for allegedly being kicked out for refusing to pay rent where his church is situated.
Also, remember when news broke that the prophet had went to heaven over the Easter holidays and took pictures of himself in heaven which he was allegedly selling for R5 000?
Real name Paseka Motshoeneng, the pastor of Incredible Happenings Ministries had social media in a buzz on Saturday when a BMW dealership congratulated him on his purchase of a BMW i8, dubbed the “car of the future”. The supercar retails for approximately R2 million.
Fourways BMW dealership, Cedar Isle Auto posted pictures of the proud pastor with his new wheels.

Congratulations to Pastor Motsoeneng ( Mboro) on taking delivery of your new BMW i8

— Cedar Isle Auto (@cedarisleauto) August 20, 2016

Social media didn’t take the matter lying down. Here are some of the comments on Twitter:

After hearing about pastor Mboro ‘s new i8,Moruti Mopheme of Lesotho ; splashed on a new ride of his own #iPere

— Kemet2Zulu (@kizobantu) August 20, 2016

The likes of Pastor Mboro are the reason why some of us no longer go to church, Christianity is so flawed!

— Banele (@bunny_niko) August 20, 2016

Bafwethu, here is a new formula by Pastor Mboro: Vaseline + Water = BMW i8. You snooze, you lose. The choice is yours. #Mboro

— Abuti Rams™ (@abutirams) August 20, 2016

When you realise Pastor Mboro bought i8 with your sunday collections contribution nd you cant even but a Kia Picanto

— Tumi Morakabi (@MorakabiKefuwe) August 20, 2016

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