Rev Lucy Natasha was injected with the AstraZeneca vaccine together with her pastoral team. During her vaccination, a tattoo was exposed. The self-proclaimed prophetess faced the wrath of Kenyans with a majority condemning her for having the tattoo. Many have said that it is unbiblical for a religious person like her to have the tattoo. Some have even declared that the pandemic is exposing false teachers of the word. Some went ahead to quote Bible verses warning believers against tattoos.
MCA Tricky has tonight taken to his Facebook page to bash the self-proclaimed prophetess. The popular comedian and Milele Fm presenter questioned the authenticity of the prophetess posting her photo. Lucy Natasha has a tattoo dubbed Oracle on her arm. MCA Tricky has declared, "Wewe sasa tutanyonga na wewe! Prophet gaani?" Tricky also added laughing emojis to his message.
His fans have reacted to the post with some wondering why the prophetess has an Oracle tattoo. Some have warned MCA Tricky to take care as they might go after him. However, some have expressed their disappointment, asking MCA Tricky to leave God to make the judgment.
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