(Source: Twitter.com - @TholahNdlovu)
What are the odds of seeing people drinking alcohol and praying at the same time? Then you have to be in South Africa to witness such behaviours. It’s always interesting seeing things that make it to the trending lists and end up starting conversations. In most cases, people take their religions seriously and they wouldn’t want anything to mess with their beliefs. However, the more you realise that people are different, the better for you in a way that you wouldn’t require answers. Or even have unanswered questions about things that lead people to do certain provocative things.
Now, a video clip that has been shared on social media whereby a group of drunk women ended up praying to their Almighty has been making rounds online. What many people found odd, was the praying part, while their lounge was filled with alcohol. Some individuals even had their glasses on their hands while praying. On top of that, they were playing Gospel music. What were confusing people was how did they mix alcohol with prayer? Is this even a thing though, imagine praying in tongues while intoxicated, that’s just something rare in this world. The video was shared by @TholahNdlovu on her Twitter account and captioned, “Bathong!” Little did she know that it would hit over 52 500 views, 390 comments, 1 060 retweets, and 1 310 likes.
The video wasn’t well-received by many people as they felt that the ladies were allegedly making a mockery of the Christian religion. Meanwhile, other tweeps felt that everything went wrong the moment they started playing Gospel Music while drinking alcohol. Certain individuals felt that God is everywhere, hence they shouldn’t be judged for having a night prayer while drinking alcohol.
@funkyngwenya said, “All night drinking prayer.” Then @JimmyJa75006676 said, “Drinking alcohol is not a sin after all alcohol is made of a tree which is life, and if I decide to pray to God after drinking is my choice lets stop acting like we know him and he is always present in all spaces not only in church.”
@JoboItumeleng said, “That’s why I stay away from Gospel Music when I’m drinking. Umbhedesho o-worse.”
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