heavy critics after reverend lucy natasha flaunts arm tattoo
Rev Lucy Natasha [photo courtesy]
byApril 13, 2021
Popular City reverend Lucy Natasha is one of the few religious leaders who have scandals at their beck and call.
The reverend has always made headlines and course a stir a couple of times on social media.
Lucy Natasha, who took to her social media accounts to share with her following how she got the Covid-19 vaccine, has sent fans into a frenzy, with no one caring about her Covid message but the photos she posted.
Fans were stunned by Natasha's arm tattoo, which was written the word Oracle to mean a woman of prophecy.
The Prophetic Latter Glory Ministry International founder and overseer posted a thread of photo getting the vaccine and captioned:
'Together with my Pastoral team, I took the COVID - 19 AstraZeneca Vaccine at RFH Health Care in adherence to Government and Medical recommendations for clergy and frontline workers as we combine our efforts in overcoming this global pandemic.
This too will pass, and people will get back to normal activities in Jesus name.'
Her post quickly fetched mixed reactions from her followers who criticized her for claiming to be a follower of Christ while contrary to what the scriptures say about having marks -- tattoo--on the flesh.
Some of the comments were:
A pastor with tattoos??! My foot 😅
Yoh 😢😢😢😢, so you actually have tattoos 😢😢. Unbelievable indeeed😢😢. So u went to the tattoo parlor and wrote oracle on ur arm😢😢. We living the last days indeed. Beware 😢😢
Am I seeing wrong it looks Rev has tattoos
😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 tattoo is for what purpose mama😂😂😂😂😂😂 anyway it's your body decorations😂😂😂😂
This is not the first time the renowned reverend has caused controversy about how she accessorizes her body.
While hosting a live video on Instagram a while back, the pastor proved she had a hidden wild side when she flaunted her silver tooth during the interactive session. Her followers watched in awe as she articulated her words with a certain twang and flashed her sparkly tooth now and then.