Shadaya Digs Deep at TB Joshua Documentary, Exposing BBC’s Hidden Agenda
Shadaya a socialite and self-proclaimed alpha male has responded to the trending documentary by BBC, which exposes the alleged cultism of televangelical preacher TB Joshua.
The groundbreaking investigation features firsthand accounts from his disciples, detailing allegations of sexual abuse.
Shadaya Questions the Motive Behind the Documentary\
Shadaya has voiced his thoughts on the documentary, urging netizens to scrutinize the motive behind its release. Regardless of the truth behind the accusations leveled against TB Joshua, Shadaya suggests that Africans should question why the BBC chose to focus on an African pastor instead of investigating alleged atrocities by a European/American billionaire or the royal family, as alleged by the late Princess Diana.
In Shadaya’s own words, “Whether TB Joshua is guilty or not, every African should question why the BBC would do a documentary on an African pastor yet not do the same for a European/American billionaire who had a whole island as a hunting ground for pedophiles. We are yet to even see or hear a documentary about the alleged atrocities of the royal family as alleged by the late Princess Diana. Why should the BBC write or narrate African stories?”
Netizens Reaction to Shadaya‘s Response
The key to controlling the narrative is controlling the flow of information.
I think they did a documentary ‘for a European/American billionaire who had a whole island as a hunting ground for pedophiles’
Are you sure you watch the BBC regularly because they even interviewed Prince Andrew. The have not been quiet about the Epstein case as you think.
“You are because I am and I am because you are. We are one another’s strength.”
Interesting times indeed.
If you support the corrupt media they will get to you soon because your family is under their radar too