A popular Kenyan Reverend Minister has been heavily criticized on various social media channels in the country for having a tattoo emblazoned on her body.
Reverend Lucy Natasha, leader and founder of the Oracle of God Ministries became the target of a lot of attacks on social media after a picture she shared revealed a tattoo on her upper left arm, with the inscription Oracle. The photos which have been shared more than a thousand times on various social media channels in the country showed the lady-Pastor receiving a covid-19 jab in a designated health facility.
In a predominantly conservative environment like Kenya, where society demands high moral standards from its subjects especially women, wear of tattoos is considered an act of immorality, more so being worn by a woman.
For many critics who launched ripples of attack on the outspoken Reverend Minister, her decision to have a tattoo embossed on her body not only contradicted social mores but also defeated the very essence of the Christian doctrine – one which she subscribes to.
Making a strong argument against the lady-pastor a critic noted that the book of Leviticus in the Bible clearly warned Christians against having tattoos. He quoted, ‘Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the LORD’ Leviticus 19:28
Reverend Lucy Natasha has in the past come under heavy criticism for her unique taste for fashion and style of preaching – as it appears not many Kenyans are fond of the Reverend Minister who seems to care less about the thoughts and opinions of Kenyan folks.
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