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Passion Java Biography/Wiki

Passion Java is a well-known Zimbabwean prophet and pastor. Passion Java Ministries and the Kingdom Embassy Church are both founded by him.

Passion Java was born in October 28, 1988. He grew up in kwaSeke and went to school there.

Passion Java
NamePassion Java
Date of BirthOctober 28, 1988
Age33 years (2021)
WifeLily Tsegaye (divorced)
Yasmin (divorced)
Church NameJava Ministries

Passion Java Career/Church

He was a long-time member of Tabernacles of Grace Ministries before starting his own ministry/church. When he left the Tabernacles of Grace ministries in 2010, he began holding interdenominational services at the Chitungwiza Aquatic Complex.

It was also said that Jesus was already doing other miracles at the time. He then relocated to South Africa, where he is reported to have continued to accomplish miracles. In South Africa, he made waves when he accurately told strangers their identity numbers.

Passion Java, remarking on his miraculous abilities, stated, “I was born with a unique talent. I used to have bizarre dreams about being in paradise surrounded by angels when I was a child. I had a vision when I was in Form One in which I saw a series of numbers spinning in the air. I dashed away to inform our school’s Scripture Union coordinator of the vision, and she cried that it was her birthday “..

He’s also shot down suggestions that he performs miracles using black magic, claiming that prophets were actually superior to sangomas. The name of the church was changed to Passion Java Ministries when he successfully launched his religious career.

Because of his celebrity, Java has been in the headlines. He was accused of spending more than USD 500,000 on a shopping spree in which he purchased three top-of-the-line vehicles, including two Range Rovers and a Jaguar.

Passion Java

Many saw the action as a man of the cloth overspending, and it added to the suspicion that seems to envelop public opinion on the so-called “prosperity gospel.”

Java allegedly purchased the SUVs for his senior pastors, who attended him on the buying trip. Java was also said to have had a grandiose 24th birthday celebration that took place over three days at three separate locations.

The prophet is alleged to have picked up roughly 110 street youngsters on one of the days before treating them to a special meal of pizza, chicken, and a US$1,200 chariot birthday cake.

Passion was accompanied by Uebert Angel and his wife from the Spirit Embassy, Apostle Batsirai Java of Tabernacles of Grace Ministries (who is Prophet Passion Java’s brother), and colorful Nigerian ‘Oga’ Chief Okeke at a local hotel.

Passion Java Studio

Passion Java built a recording studio where gospel singers may record their music for free. The studio was founded on the premise that most artists, despite their brilliance, were having difficulty breaking new ground since they couldn’t acquire recording contracts. Passion Java Ministries is the name of the studio, which is soundproof and equipped with cutting-edge recording equipment.

Java began collaborating with Zimbabwean dancehall singers in 2018 with performers like Enzo Ishall and producers like Levelz. Enzo Ishall, Bazooker, Uncle Epatan, Boss Pumakol, Bounty Lisa, X-Fayah, Mad Viper, Poptain, Hwinza, Cantolman, Chifinhu, Cici, Master H, and Sharkboy are among the musicians featured on the Passion Java Riddim, which was published by Chill Spot Records in March 2019.

Passion Java Wife, Marriage and Divorce

Passion Java was married Lily Tsegaye, an Ethiopian woman in February 2016 but they divorced in 2020. In the past, he was previously married to Prophetess Yasmin, with whom he had a son named Uebert Java, who was named after Passion Java’s spiritual father, Uebert Angel.

In late 2015, he divorced his first wife, Yasmin.

Passion Java House

According to sources, Passion Java is building a house worth $3 million.

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