Nairobi based preacher Rev Lucy Natasha has once again found herself on the receiving end after one of her fans attacked her. The attack is based on her outfit, which according to the fan, is not right for someone calling herself preacher.
Taking to her Facebook page on Wednesday, 9th June, Rev Natasha shared with her followers some encouraging words from the book of 1 Samuel 17:45-46. She then went ahead to cite that even the giant killers do not start we giant killers. While narrating the story of David, the preacher explained that even winners must start from somewhere and fight their way up.
She explained how winning is build on past succesfuand the winners are not those who got disrupted by the opinions of the haters.
Well, the information was that encouraging, but there was a problem somewhere, her dress.
One fan managed to point the similarities between her army-like dress and the ones wore by the Ugandan musicians,using this to ask Rev Natasha what she takes her followers for....
This is not the first time Rev Natasha is being trolled on social media. Just two day ago, Benjamin Zulu attacked her for walking around with bodyguards. According to him, walking with bodyguards is needless as preachers are mostly loved hence he cannot see who would be plotting to harm Rev Natasha
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