Moja Love Show Doesn’t Get The Reaction It Anticipated #IAmBishopIMakamu. Yesterday (Tuesday) Moja Love introduced the show of ‘Rea Tsotella’ host and Bishop, Bishop I Makamu named ‘I Am Bishop I Makamu’.
Yesterday (Tuesday) Moja Love introduced the show of ‘Rea Tsotella’ host and Bishop, Bishop I Makamu named ‘I Am Bishop I Makamu’. The Bishop’s show replaced the highly loved ‘Village Girls’. Moja Love is known for having controversial shows and this show is no different to the others. The show follows the life of the Bishop as a person and a church servant.
The first episode started with the Bishop getting to the airport to go to a Sunday service in Durban, which he does every Sunday. He also prayed for a woman who stopped him at the airport. People were also introduced to his wife, who he has been married to for 13 years and has 3 kids. The bishop gushed about his wife almost throughout the whole show. He also introduced us to one his best friends by the name of Mbatha, who he says has taken the role of his father since his father passed away. People were also introduced to his bodyguards, which he calls the protocol.
The pastor and his wife spoke about the reason why tithing is important for the church, the pastor says tithing is important because the servants of God have to be paid. He says that he acknowledges his wife in church because according to research most woman want to sleep with the pastor. He also introduced well-known gospel artist Sipho Mkhabane as his friend when he went to a concert of his. Some of the tweeps weren’t liking the show because they thought it was not appropriate.
One tweep says, “The saddest thing about this show is that as christians this show will tarnish the image of the bodyof Christ than win souls. The man is arrogant, he has anger issues and other issues…” One tweep vowed to not go to church along with his wife and children. The tweep says, “Me and my family (wife and kids) will NEVER go to church, we’ll pray at home (spiritually connect with our God.) and we belong to no religion. In fact, I’ll teach my kids from an early age of how bad/evil the church is for their wel being, future and success.” One tweep says, “I honestly don’t how to feel about this show, I don’t like the fact that pastors are rich rich and the people making him rich are poor poor.”
by Alexandra Ramaite