» Black brits » A Nxtion family pastor, formerly of Spac Nation, is accussed of faking ‘million pound’ apartment and wardrobe

A Nxtion family pastor, formerly of Spac Nation, is accussed of faking ‘million pound’ apartment and wardrobe

Nxtion family, who rebranded from Spac Nation following bad press, uploaded a video of one its pastors showing viewers her multi ‘million pound’ home and wardrobe.

Pastor Bukky/Mary shows viewers are designer filled wardrobe. Source: Instagram

The pastor, introducing herself as pastor Bukky, then pastor Mary, welcomes viewers into her home to give them a tour of her wardrobe.

But before that happens she tells viewers she will have a drink from her fridge first. As she gets to the fridge she says: “I am quite thirsty, I do hope there is an appropriate drink I can drink here”.

She hesitates to show viewers the content of her fridge before awkwardly pulling out a drink of water – without exposing the fridge – saying: “actually, there isn’t, but I am going to do some water instead, water is always good for the skin”.

Pastor Mary knew pastor Tobi, former head of the church, since the age of seventeen, joined the church ten years ago in the piano department.

Pastor describe how back in the days, the older, more mature ladies came in their geles to church and blocked people’s views of the front, whereas nowadays, the girls, young ladies are coming in their Guccis, Chanels and Birkin. Rhianna in gele on the right

She goes on to describe how back in the days, the older, more mature ladies came in their geles (African headtie) to church and blocked people’s views of the front, whereas nowadays, the girls, young ladies are coming in their Guccis, Chanels and Birkin.

Dressed in a Fendi jacket and skirt with black camisole top, the lady emphasised how the style of dressing of the church over the years have changed, observing Pastor Tobi’s current outfits.

The pastor whose name is Mary Alade then opens are wardrobes of designer outfits to viewers.

Share with friends

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.