This comes after a picture of Limpopo prophet Lethebo of Mount Zion General Assembly spraying Doom on members of his congregation went viral on Monday.
The prophet and members of his congregation believed that the ‘blessed’ insect repellent, had healing powers, after he had prayed over it.
In the wake of the ‘Prophet Doom’ controversy which caused widespread outrage, Unathi has become a subject of a meme currently circulating on social media.
Taking to Twitter Unathi shared the meme expressing disgust over it.
“@zanu_pf: If we use doom on white trolls they may mutate. https://t.co/IkHInCKWD8” stop with your lies. I was sick here. IM BORED. Sies
— Unathi (@unathimsengana) November 22, 2016
Some of Unathi’s fans also lambasted the meme.
@unathimsengana @zanu_pf @chiefmringo cowards! u hv big problems in your cowntry ,stop harassing our gal
— VhaRabe (@vharabs) November 22, 2016
@unathimsengana @zanu_pf @chiefmringo disgusted at what people do.No feelings for the next person
— Ezekiel Zain Dube (@EzekielDube) November 22, 2016
Since the controversy hit news wires numerous high-profile personalities have lashed out over the entire situation.
The law needs to somehow step in. Dehumanizing people who are in desperate need of hope. This makes me so mad!
— Nomzamo Mbatha (@NomzamoMbatha) November 21, 2016
It breaks my heart that our people are so desperate for change, they are so easily duped. Their vulnerability used against them. 🙁 #Doom
— Boity Thulo (@Boity) November 21, 2016
I’m not concerned about the pastor who sprays doom in people’s faces as much as I am concerned about the people who allow it. But ke life
— Anele Mdoda (@Anele) November 21, 2016
Outspoken radio personality Gareth Cliff also shared his opinions on Instagram. “Courtesy of ‘Prophet’ Dickface, its Jesus Juice 2.0. Be careful out there, credulous people,” he said.