- Nollywood actor Zubby Michael has refuted the claim that popular clergyman Emeka Odumeje is his pastor
- The actor stated that the pastor is his friend and they have come a long way together
- Zubby warned people saying that he got spiritual powers from the pastor
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Nigerian pastor Emeka Odumeje has been a subject of conversation on various social media pages over the past few weeks. In fact, the pastor is popular for the 'Indaboski' statement he made in his church recently.
Meanwhile, many have tagged him as a fake pastor over some of his displays in the church which is considered "unholy" by some Christians.
Recently, a video of the clergyman hit the internet and it fueled more conversation on social media especially as it involved Nollywood actor Zubby Michael.
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In the video, Pastor Odumeje was seen in a white outfit with money thrown over him in his church. The actor was also on the altar spraying money on the pastor as he danced vigorously.
The video got many reactions from people who slammed the Nollywood actor and the clergyman.
Watch the video below:
In reaction to people's comments about his presence at Odumeje's church, Zubby made a video on his Instagram page refuting the claims that he was at the church to get powers.
The entertainer said that he was invited by the pastor who he claims is his friend. According to him, he was at the church as a guest and he sprayed the man of God the sum of N500,000.
Zubby reiterated that Odumeje is not his pastor but his friend and they have known each other from way back in Onitsha.
"You guys can be enjoying the drama but I hate it when you guys say that it is where Zubby got his power or he made me famous. He's my friend from way back in Otu, Onitsha. He's my guy. I don't go to church to or belong to any church. I am more of a spiritual person than a religious person. He was at my house warming and he sprayed over N1,000,000," he said.
Watch the video below:
As if to challenge the actor's claims, Nigerians dug out a photo of Zubby kneeling before the controversial pastor on his altar.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Nollywood actor called the AMVCA award fake. Zubby said it's highly political.
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