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Snoop Dogg shares Pastor Ng’ang’a’s video

By Vincent Kejitan | Sep 23rd 2019 | 1 min read

Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr aka Snoop Dogg on Sunday evening shared a viral video of Neno Evangelism Centre founder Pastor James Ng’ang’a.

The American rapper took to his Instagram account to share a video of the evangelist driving out demons.

The video had been widely shared locally and it seems Ng’ang’a is finally going international.

The rapper captioned it: “When u late on the offering money. The. Rev need his”.

In the video, Ng’ang’a is seen slapping members of his congregation in the name of casting out demons.

The preacher starts by slapping a young boy a couple of times before ‘spreading his anointing’ to the rest who are eagerly waiting for the ‘miraculous touch.’

Snoop’s post attracted a number of angry reactions as most of the rapper’s followers bashed the congregants for being gullible.

hori45b: How stupid

perry_lishman: Rare I would give him a big old slap to the back off the head of he did that to me and see how he likes it

nkemps420: Guy gets to slap ppl for a living

shay_tooshort: Wouldn’t need therapy if I could just slap a crowd of people for free

lifeis2short68: The way he kept smacking that woman.. and followed her, I was hoping she was going to turn around and punch him back!

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