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Boity calling the Bible the 'epitome of patriarchy' causes Twitter uproar

Boity. Picture: Instagram

Boity. Picture: Instagram

Published Jul 27, 2020


Local media personality Boity has upset some Twitter users with remarks about the Bible and Christianity.

Taking to her Twitter account on Sunday the “Boity: Own Your Throne“ reality TV star replied to a Twitter user asking ”what ruined religion for you?“.

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She said: “Lack of female voices and representation especially in the Bible. Also, the journey didn’t fill up the void in my soul the way I was brought up to believe it would.”

Following this the “Wuz Dat?“ rapper tweeted that the Bible is the ”epitome of patriarchy”.

Many religious tweeps disagreed with her statement and voiced their opinions in her mentions.

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However, some agreed with her statement.


As the debate about Christianity and patriarchy continued in her post, Boity also said: “You telling me that book was a record of years of people’s Holy encounters and they barely got 10 nyana WOMEN to talk about their moments with Jesus? Gurl, bye.”

Furthermore, the “Bakae“ rapper explained that she has gone on her journey with religion and that she found it didn’t speak to her due to the lack of representation with regards to race, gender and that she was left with more questions and didn’t feel a connection.

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“Look man, I’ve gone through the religious journey. Went to church. I read the book. Found little to no form of representation in there. Not race, barely gender, not a name, not much. I was left with more questions than connection. And then I found my way👏. Each to their own. “

Many users agreed with her that religion is a personal journey.

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