A beautiful young African lady smoked marijuana from a ripped-out section of her holy book, which she documented on Twitter for the benefit of her readers.
In photos shared online, the woman known only as Priestess can be seen smoking from the Bible after cutting out a section of the Holy book which states that a woman should always submit to her husband.
A picture of the fermented cannabis she got stuck in the center of an open holy book was all she decided to share prior to the act. When she put the same illicit substance on the bible, she titled the photograph, "Pardon me, God in heaven,"
Shortly after that, she posted a few other unbelievable pictures of herself smoking cannabis products with bible notes on social media, which went viral very quickly.
Nairobi's ex-governor Mike Sonko posted the said photographs and videos to social media, receiving a range of responses. Members of the public have largely criticised the middle-aged woman, with many speculating that she may be mentally ill.
Whatever got through into the young lady's head to cause her to commit such an unimaginable deed is still unknown. Believers are using the Holy book to live a righteous as well as virtuous life because it is considered one of the world's purest books.
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