Some days ago, prophetess Lucy Natasha shared her photos on the internet as she received the Covid 19 vaccination. As viewed on the photo she shared, it was seen that the prophetess had a tattoo on her left hand.
Since then, this has continued to spark many reactions on the internet as people question the pastor for having a tattoo that is believed to be against the word of God in the bible as believed by Christians.
Lately, Ezekiel Mutua has encouraged the prophetess to continue serving the Ministry of God and ignore the critics of the people. As reported by Tuko news, Ezekiel said that people will always talk whether she had a tattoo or not.
This report got the internet by storm as some people continued criticizing the prophetess. Some people said that the prophetess was preaching what she does not do. Some also dismissed the critics saying that no one should judge the prophetess as God is the only one who should judge. Below are some of the reactions.
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