Reverend Lucy Natasha has been praised by many for her outstanding beauty and her taste of fashion. She has been referred ,on several instances, as probably the most beautiful pastor in the country. However, this week, Kenyans have raised multiple questions on the reverend after she was spotted having a tattoo on her left shoulder. Below are more details of what happened.
On Monday this week, Reverend Lucy Natasha and her pastoral team visited the RFH health care facility. Each of them received a jab of the COVID-19 AstraZeneca Vaccine. The reverend then posted photos of the exercise on her official Facebook page. As always, Kenyans could not keep calm. Soon, comments started flowing in as to why Natasha had a tattoo on her shoulder yet the Bible warns Christians about tattooing their bodies.
Some Kenyans came to the Reverend's defense, claiming that probably she had the tattoo before getting saved. Others objected the claim saying that the tattoo from a far is written ''Oracle", one of the names of her ministry, meaning that she acquired the tattoo while still born again. Here are screenshots of what others had to say.
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