Any story to do with Prophet Passion Java draws a lot of attention the reason why when the story of his brother Simba Java hit social media, it quickly trended.
A man by the name of Simba Java appeared on social media lamenting the problems and impoverished life he was living despite his young brother's riches. The story took out quickly as people sympathised with him and some even offering to help him. In a video clip that circulated on social media, Simba looked traumatised as he narrated his story of how Prophet Passion Java had gone to the extent of influencing other family members not to help him. He made an appeal asking for 4 000 rands so that he could travel back home from South Africa. He claimed that he was homeless and desperate.
There is always two sides to a story. Some people believed Simba as he was convincing in his words and called out Twabam for neglecting his brother while giving out cash to strangers.
Later on, Prophet Passion Java shared a video by his other brother Apostle B.Java explaining the other side of Simba's story. Prophet Passion Java said that he could not talk much about the story of his brother since he was his elder brother and rather referred people to videos made by his elder brother.
In a very calm state, Apostle Java explained how the story had affected the family. He mentioned that Simba was not being truthful and that as a family they had helped him financially and unfortunately things did not work out well for him. He spoke of how Simba has different baby mamas and has not been so responsible.
Prophet Passion Java said that his brother Simba was very intelligent and academically smart. He went to university and to date he is still the smartest. He lamented what was spoken by Apostle B. Java that they raised around USD10K for Simba but nothing came out of it. To end Prophet Passion Java said the only way he could help his brother was by NOT HELPING him.
Stories like this happen in every family and it's unfortunate that this happened to involve a public figure Twabam.
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