When it comes to respecting culture and tradition the Nazareth Baptist are the people in KZN who are still following the culture of respecting their ways of living. When man it comes to clothing these people don't look approve women to appear as though they are up to something.
A lady who appeared to be coloured on a video shot yesterday during a March in Durban. Was sidelined and kicked out of the March by a church leader who noticed her intentions around men who were around her. She walked around man half dressed and danced as though she doesn't mind what people of the church go through.
On social media people were left in tears as they believe that she thought they were celebrating a carnival. The way she moved her body people behind her couldn't handle the fact that she is disturbing the match. She danced slowly forgetting that church members are really into the spirit of holiness.
On comments people claim that she could have been drunk. That is why they chased him out of a moving March because of her movement.
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