Pastor Ng’ang’a has responded to American rapper days after sharing his viral video where he is seen slapping his followers in the name of exorcising demons.
In the short video clip, Ng’ang’a who heads the Neno Evangelism Ministries, labours to pronounce the name Snoop Dogg and is heard warning the legendary rapper against meddling in his business.
“ Nasikia nimetembea huko na mtu anaitwa Watchdog..Smunifu Dogg..Sniff Dogg..ni mtu mmoja kama Micheal Jackson..nasikia aliweka hiyo akapata comments zaidi ya one million..akatoa …wewe snip dog imba nyimbo zako za kimataifa na uachane na Ng’ang’a..(sic)”
(I heard my video was shared by someone called Watchdog..Smunifu Dogg..Sniff Dogg..I hear he’s as popular as Michael Jackson..the video got over a million views before he deleted it…you Snip Dogg sing your worldly songs and leave Ng’ang’a alone)
This comes days after the 17 times Grammy Award nominee shared the video of the pastor supposedly casting out demons, albeit with a funny caption:
“When you are late with the offering but the Reverend needs his money.”
However by evening Monday, September 23, the rapper who has over 35 million followers on Instagram had deleted the video without offering any explanation.
The video captures Ng’ang’a slapping members of his congregation in the name of casting out demons.
The controversial preacher is seen slapping a young man a couple of times before spreading the ‘touch’ to the rest.
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