Basketmouth Attacks Bishop Oyedepo For Saying People Who Don't Pay Tax Are Under Curse.
By DeraBlog | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 9 views
Recently, Comedian Basketmouth took to his Instagram page to react to the tweet of the founder and Pastor of Living Faith Tabernacle, Bishop David Oyedepo.
The bishop spoke about tithing through his official twitter page. According to him , people who don't pay tithe are under a financial curse and he said tithing is an inescapable covenant obligation.
Reacting to the clergyman's statement , Basketmouth said that the church menace people to pay tithe after the threat of the government about tax payment.
Expressing his displeasure , after the tweet of Bishop Oyedepo , Basketmouth noted that the condition of the country's economy and the rate of unemployment.
He said" The government will threaten us with prosecution if we don't pay our tithe and vat. The church will now threaten us with a financial curse if we don't pay our tithe. Inside this terrible economy ,with the level of unemployment, Abegi".
He backed up his statement with biblical proof as he recited Deuteronomy 14: 26.
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