KINGDOM Embassy church leader, Prophet Passion Java was reportedly forced to abandon his birthday celebrations held at Alexandra Park in Harare on Saturday, early, after angry merrymakers ran riot.
Newsday reports that the prophet Passion Java’s ‘free for all’ braai and birthday bash ended in chaos after violence erupted, which saw the prophet being rushed to his Jaguar XI vehicle for safety.
His convoy, made up of fancy cars, was forced to leave soon after the angry mob had dispersed.
During the chaos, which lasted for about 10 minutes, some people who were at the backstage allegedly stole fresh meat meant for the after-party braai.
Artistes from the Mbare based recording stable, Chillspot, who included Enzo Ishall, Bazooker and Pumako entertained hundreds of people who had come to celebrate.
The flamboyant prophet made headlines last week after revealing that he had set aside $320K for his month-long birthday celebrations, spanning 3 continents.
The birthday celebrations which started in Washington D.C, USA will continue to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Los Angeles and Dubai after the Zimbabwean edition.
Prophet Passion Java has offered a reward to anyone who finds his lost expensive Rolex watch.
The prophet’s team claim the watch was lost during the stampede at Alex Sports Club where the prophet threw a free for all braai to celebrate his birthday.
Prophet Java reportedly wrote the message below:
HELLO, THIS IS AN IMPORTANT UPDATE:
IN THE MIDST OF A STAMPEDE THE PROPHET LOST HIS $20K ROLEX WATCH. WHOEVER FINDS IT WILL GET A REWARD.