‘You cannot be a Christian and a side chick at the same time,’ life coach Benjamin Zulu says
Life coach and counseling psychologist Benjamin Zulu, who has become widely known for his relationship advice, now says it is not possible to be a Christian and at the same time a side chick in a relationship.
According to Zulu, who made the remark in an Instagram post on Wednesday, ‘fornication and faith don’t go together.’
Zulu was keen to give an example of a lady who ‘prayed to God’ with the hopes of getting a sponsor as a lover, a train of thought he said he found intriguing.
“Apparently, we need to remind this generation that you cannot be a Christian and a side chick at the same time. Fornication and faith don’t go together. The other day we had a lady shock us here by saying she fell out with one sponsor and ‘prayed to God’ for another one, all married men. Who bewitched this generation?” He posed.
“They’re going to church on Sundays while leaving men in their houses who they’re not married to. They’re giving money in church which they sold their bodies to get by sleeping with people’s husbands. They’re ‘pushing’ with men and when they get babies and are abandoned they start questioning why God ‘allowed them to go through all that.’ As if they consulted God about any of it.”
Zulu quoted a Bible verse that puts emphasis on the point that people often do not reciprocate what they say with what they do.
‘These people honor me with their mouths but their hearts are far from me.’ (Isaiah 29:13)
Benjamin Zulu has come to be recognized for his unedited views on relationships and has amassed a following of almost 80,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, which is no mean feat by Kenyan standards.