Nathi Mankayi Debates God Does Not Listen To Black Peoples Prayers Because Blacks Don’t Pray In Vernacular

Nathi said God does not answer black people's prayers because black people pray in English instead of vernacular when engaging in spiritual matters. 

Nathi Mankayi Debates God Does Not Listen To Black Peoples Prayers Because Blacks Don’t Pray In Vernacular-TSZ Mzansi
Nathi Mankayi Debates God Does Not Listen To Black Peoples Prayers Because Blacks Don’t Pray In Vernacular

South African singer and songwriter, Nathi Mankayi has caused a buzz on social media after he strongly criticized black people, debating that God does not answer black peoples prayers.

“God doesn’t answer black people’s prayers.”  Nathi said on David Mashabela’ podcast.  Nathi Mankayi further explained that apart from benefiting from apartheid, white people are more progressive than black people because of how they use what they have.

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In one of his examples, Nathi said God does not answer black people’s prayers because black people pray in English instead of vernacular when engaging in spiritual matters.
“As a black person, you pray in English, how do you think God is going to answer your prayers? It is not that God does not understand English, but He gave you your own language.

“Even when sangomas go to their indumba (a traditional healing space), no matter how they twang, they speak to the ancestors in vernacular. Praying in English as a black person is not powerful.”

Nathi accredited his musical success to sticking to his roots and singing in vernacular.

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