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Passion Java Throws Major Throw Back: Photo Before Money And Fame

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Flamboyant Prophet Passion Java has shared a major throwback before all the fame and bling in a picture that has drawn social media comments and reviews.

Posting on his Facebook timeline, the founder of Passion Java Ministries gives a rare glimpse of what life used to be while wearing a silver suit.

Offering the suit to well-wishers for free, Java said he still has the suit in his wardrobe and is willing to give it away.

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The decade-old suit had many takers on social media.

This was 2011 and I still have this silver suit, who would want this anointed suit?

Passion Java is in Zimbabwe currently and has established Passion Java Records a recording studio based in Harare and has acquired the services of music producer Oskid.

He has been touring the country of late with Philip Chiyangwa and Mike Chimombe under the Affirmative Action Group AAG where he was appointed the Vice President.

He had a brush with the law when crowds gathered around him in Kwekwe and Bulawayo thereby flouting covid-19 regulations but only got away with a warning from Zimbabwe Republic Police, ZRP.

Some cried foul over selective application of the law as some members of the opposition have been arrested for defying Covid-19 regulations.

ZRP Assistant Commissioner, Paul Nyathi, however, said no complaint had been lodged against Passion Java over the incidents.

“Police have not received any report against Prophet Passion in connection with his journey to Kadoma and Gweru where a number of people jostled at his vehicle in a video circulating on social media.

“However, we are urging public figures like him to observe Covid-19 regulations that include proper wearing of face masks, observing social distancing, hand sanitising and avoid gatherings.

“Covid-19 is real and continuing to take lives and government is still to lift national lockdown measures set to curb the continued spread of the pandemic,” he said.

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