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VIDEO: Pastor Ng’ang’a tells Snoop Dogg to stick to his lane

By Vincent Kejitan | Sep 26th 2019 | 1 min read

Just days after renowned US rapper Snoop Dogg shared a video of Pastor James Ng’ang’a on his Instagram page, the preacher has responded.

Through a video seen by Ureport, the Neno Evangelism Centre founder stated that he had learnt about his video going viral and asked the rapper to concentrate on his music career and leave him alone.

“Nimeskia nimetembea huko na mtu anaitwa watchdog….doggy…sniff dogg..smunifu dogg.

“Ni mtu mmoja kama Michael Jackson…naskia aliweka video akapata comments more than 1million alafu akatoa.

“Wewe sniff dogg imba nyimbo zako za kimataifa…achana na Ng’ang’a,” said the preacher.

(I’m told there is a man like Michael Jackson called sniff dog, scoof dog, simunif dog…..who used my video and got 1 million comments. I’m telling you simunifu dog to concentrate on your international songs and leave me alone.)

On Sunday last week, Snoop took to his Instagram account to share a video of the evangelist driving out demons.

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.

A day later, the rapper pulled down the video which had attracted a myriad of comments regarding the matter with most netizens wondering why congregants would queue up to be slapped.

Here is the video:

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