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Mpoomy and Brenden Ledwaba Post A Picture That Confused Many. – The Tea World

Mpoomy and Brenden Ledwaba Post A Picture That Confused Many.

Mpoomy Ledwaba and her husband Brenden Praise are a well known Christian couple who are firm believers of the death and resurrection of Christ, and his power. Their channels are driven by that and it seems to work for them.

They are overall very inspirational. From their love life, parenting and how they choose to cement their belief. Brenden being a gospel artist, the two usually do covers of gospel songs and that’s how Brenden ended up having his separate channel that is usually covers of gospel songs. That being said, It makes sense why they would choose a cross as a tattoo.

The two have been together for so long now and are blessed with two beautiful kids Nuri and Zani.

They usually gush over each other on Instagram, recently the couple went and got tattooed, the matching tattoo was a cross for obvious reasons. The picture of their matching tattoo was captioned ” The symbol of Love ❤️
Our Love goals
John 3:16 love, a love that lays its life down, forgives and redeems.
A new covenant
Thank you @brenden_praise 14.01.21″ she wrote

What raised many eyebrows was the fact that their tattoos were upside down crosses. Which is true from the angle at which the camera shot the picture.

“Any reason why you chose an upside down cross, it’s cute though?” a fan asked.

Mpoomy replied and said, “its not upside down.”

In my reasoning, when their hands are lifted, particularly as a sign of surrender to God while worshipping, their tattoos are a normal cross that was used for crucifixion. So their tattoos are not upside down .

Another fan asked whether they are masked atheists for drawing an upside down cross. Mpoomys reply was a straight question wondering whether the person thought of it before writing.

What do you think about their cross tattoos?

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