Trending News In 5 Minutes: Grass Pastor Makes Congregation Drink Patrol And More

drink sonsHe’s At It Again: Pastor Who Made Congregation Eat Grass Now Have Them Drinking Petrol

Remember the bogus south African pastor who made the news for making his congregation eat grass? Well now he’s back to his old tricks this time around he’s making them drink patrol.

Pastor Daniel Lesogo of Rabboni Centre Ministries is seen on a YouTube video praying of a battle of Patrol saying it must be turned to pineapple juice, after that he goes around the church giving random church goers drink it and give commentary, some say the petrol juice taste “sweet, some say ummm imunati (it tastes good), other church member says “the blood” and some faint after drinking the “Jesus juice”

Watch the video above and pray for the world.

The Rand Hits It 8 Months Low

billsMaybe pastor grass should pray for our rand turn it to match a pound in markets.

The JSE latest statistics reveal that the rand is at it 8 months low when compared to other currencies.

The rand fell to 11.2755 to the dollar, its weakest since Feb. 3 according to Thomson Reuters data, and was at 11.2525 by 0700 GMT. This compared with Friday’s New York close at 11.2290.

While the dollar shot up to it 4 year highest rate against a basket of currencies and a six-year peak against the yen on Monday, getting a tailwind from data showing higher US growth in the second quarter. Reported REUTERS.

The data has reinforced expectations the Federal Reserve could start tightening policy earlier than expected.

South African government bonds weakened alongside the rand, pulling the yield on the 2026 benchmark 3 basis points higher to 8.275 percent.

A slew of local and global economic data this week is expected to pile pressure on the rand, including an expected widening in South Africa’s trade deficit in August.

“The trend remains upwards on dollar/rand and sideways on the crosses as the great dollar rally of 2014 drives everything before it,” Rand Merchant Bank analyst John Cairns said in a note.

Reuters

Over Her Dead Body: Nene Leakes Front Runner To Replace Joan Rivers On Fashion Police

shadeE is adding strong southern ratchet on its lineup, according to gossip website Radar online Joan Rivers will be replaced by reality star Nene Leakes of real housewives of Atlanta fame.

A source on Perezhilton.com said the outrageous The Real Housewives of Atlanta star is now getting serious consideration because she has great comic timing and also, E! is looking to diversify their panel with a different ethnicity.

As Radar has previously reported, while the investigation into Rivers’ shocking death continues, E! confirmed that her Fashion Police legacy would live on. In a statement to Radar, the network announced the show would return to air but not until next year.

The network said it’s what the comic legend, whose daughter Melissa Rivers is a Fashion Police producer, would have wanted.

Although Rivers’ fellow comedienne and friend, Kathy Griffin, is also a frontrunner to replace her, the web site said Leakes could be in the driver’s seat.

In addition to making reality fans laugh on RHOA, Leakes, 46, launched a clothing line for HSN which was a smashing success. Most of the clothes in her NeNe Leakes Collection sold out in a day.

Leakes, who wears a size 10, enjoys representing curvy gals.

And the Bravo reality apha dog might be looking for a new gig as she’s hinted about quitting RHOA.

While the source said Leakes could be an excellent fit, as Radar has reported, the entire cast of Fashion Police wasn’t in favor of the show returning to the air at all.

Kelly Osbourne, 29, “feels that it is pointless to continue on with the show. Kelly says that anyone that you try replace Joan Rivers with will fail miserably,” a source told Radar.

Fashion Police is also hosted by Giuliana Rancic, 40, and George Kotsiopoulos, 45.\

We have to ask do you think the “rich bish” could fill Legendary Joan’s shoes?

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