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Zimbabwean Prophet who spent R1.3 million in a bar is back again and he is challenging SA celebrities

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Zimbabwean Prophet who spent R1.3 million in a bar is back again and he is challenging SA celebrities. Recently, the man trended all over social media after paying a bar tab of over R1.2 million once his friends got done sipping the most expensive of champagnes and now he is back with a bang.

He goes by the name Passion Java and is s Zimbabwean self-proclaimed “Prophet”. He is done paying that bill racked by his friends, not him and now comes a challenge he feels may make South African celebrities more richer.

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He has caused havoc once again on social media after announcing that plans are underway to have local celebs get a bible test. The catchy part is a revealed R2 million prize money that will go to youngsters or celebs who get the Bible-based questions right.

Artists such as AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Master KG and DJ Maphorisa, among others, all qualify for this competition and should any showcase their top knowledge about the Bible they could win the money. The guy is wealthy and his social media accounts portray his lavish lifestyle and expensive possessions. Lately, he was seen holding R200 notes and telling people that it’s all up for takings. Claims also said that Master KG is set to join the challenge as well.

He asked a certain man in the video, “Who is Jesus Christ?” The man then comically responded, “He is a person who created AKA, Cassper and DJ Maphorisa.”

People then flooded the post’s comment section highlighting how they would want to partake in this contest, even Lady Du availed herself. The contest is said to commence soon and Java’s spokesperson, Boss Lashaan, spoke to News24 while revealing how each question is worth R15 000 and if any individual gets all the 10 answers correctly they’ll take the money.

“Youngsters look up to these musicians. They are well-known locally and internationally, I chose to add them to the challenge because if youngsters can see that their favourite stars are able to live normal lives, while living a Christian lifestyle, then just maybe they’ll want to change their lives. It’s a start,” said Lashaan.