Rami Chuene slams religious leaders for preaching 'bile' to unsuspecting churchgoers
Actress Rami Chuene has lambasted religious leaders, who preach "dangerous and utter rubbish in the name of the Lord".
Rami didn't hold back after she heard a religious leader on a national radio station tell listeners that they did not need insurance.
I’m so angry that someone can come on such a big platform and preach such dangerous and utter rubbish in the name of the Lord— Rami Chuene (@ramichuene) December 8, 2018
The actress added that it was these 'fake leaders' that advised people not to take ARVs or get treatment for cancer, which had a devastating impact.
"These are the same people who demand ridiculous offerings to maintain their lifestyles and leave you poor and destitute."
Then they also tell you that you must not go to a doctor when sick, don’t take your ARV’s, don’t do chemo, don’t manage your diabetes cos God has healed you. You will DIE! We will come bury you in the name of Jesus.— Rami Chuene (@ramichuene) December 8, 2018
It’s very disrespectful and demeaning for someone with obvious lack of knowledge to come and ‘preach’ such bile. The book of Hosea says, ‘my people die/perish because of lack of knowledge..’ Go ahead wena and follow these fake pastors.— Rami Chuene (@ramichuene) December 8, 2018
The actress urged people not to be silly when it came to making important decisions.
Tithe is 10% of your income that goes into the running and/or paying church logistics. To some extent paying the pastor too. That is NOT insurance. Should your car get stolen, you cannot go claim from your church. Let’s not be silly please fam.— Rami Chuene (@ramichuene) December 8, 2018
Some of you are those Christians who go to these 24/7 churches to pray daily but are not willing to work busy saying God will provide. Well, 2 Thessalonians 3 verse 10 says: If anyone is not willing to work, let him not eat.— Rami Chuene (@ramichuene) December 8, 2018
Stop being indoctrinated with rubbish