African Giant, Burna Boy has disclosed that offerings given in church is for God and that no one should use that as a play.
Burna Boy has sparked a huge debate on social media after he disclosed that offerings given in Church is strictly for God so no man should touch it or use it to play around.
In a simple but controversial tweet, Burna Boy wrote:
“Offering wey people dey give for church na God get am o. No go use PAPA GOD money play o #EgetWhy.”
In reaction, some people agreed with him and as usual, others strongly disagreed with him.
Check out some reactions on the video below:
I would rather use my offering to help the less privileged and the needie in the society, God surely understands sey them need am rather than the church we go use the money buy private jet.
— Å.O.Å⚓🇳🇬🇨🇦 (@jaga_231) November 18, 2020
This perspective is very wrong. Then you don't understand Christianity bro.
— @WickedMoney (@UkamGodwinUkam) November 18, 2020
Lol , papa God didnt create money , he didn't ask any one for money because he can give it to u in abundance
— THE ARTIST (@toyinid78) November 18, 2020
Na God get am but na General Overseer dey use private jet & exotic cars while some church members sef never chop before paying offering.
— O.B Egbodofo (@Oluwafaby) November 18, 2020
Floppy disk ??? Really ?? That’s someone’s hard work man , I’m still angry with you Burna , but I fuck with you tho
— Ms.Preye🌹✨ (@tessysmitha) November 18, 2020
What if he meant people that has refused to give their offering saying pastors are the ones using d money? It doesn't concern u wat the pastor does with the money oo, leave him to God and put ur offering and receive the blessings that come with it. Simple
— Esther Fred🦍 (@EstherFred14) November 18, 2020
Why don't u just give money to less privileged instead. u can go to the motherless homes every end of the months and give the little u can.
— Oluwaseunfunmi (@sheyhun_21) November 18, 2020
When you have finished setting aside a tenth of all your produce in the third year, the year of the tithe, you shall give it to the Levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, so that they may eat in your towns and be satisfied.
-Deuteronomy 26 : 12
— Oladele Temidayo (@Temidayo_olad) November 18, 2020
There's nothing anyone will say to make me believe that giving offerings in church is better than helping the less privileged…
The money is for God,so does God eat the money??
No be Pastor dey use am???
In Nigeria once you are a pastor,you are automatically rich…that's trash
— De'Raa (@masseuesederaa1) November 18, 2020
Why not do the two? Give to poor and give the offering to the Church?
— Name cannot be blank (@__big_fudge) November 18, 2020
Then his judgment is between him and God
— Moyò of Canada🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦 (@ElijahMoyosore) November 18, 2020