Passion for alcohol 1.3 million Rands spent on booze

January 10, 2022
| Report Focus News

Speculation is rife, that the self proclaimed prophet Passion Java slashed out more than R1.3 million on expensive alcohol.

It is reported that the controversial prophet Passion Java foot the hefty bill at what is said to be a birthday party of one of his close associates known as Boss Lashaan.

The lavish festivities took place at a lifestyle restaurant/bar in Pretoria on Saturday, 8 January 2022.

Another of Passion Java’s associates known as DJ Towers share a snap shot of the ridiculous bill on his social media platform, microblog Twitter, with the caption which read:
CEO Passion Java bought 1.3 M Rands drinks for everyone in the club.

Some observers have questioned how Passion Java makes or earns his money? With some suggesting that he is involved in smuggling of precious metals from Zimbabwe.

Java has been seen hobnobbing with the political elite in Zimbabwe and is said to be closely linked to president Emerson Mnangagwa.

Passion Java’s behaviour and his activities and actions have lead many to question his standing as a claimed man of God.

Coming from a country where most of the population is mired in poverty

One can’t imagine how a man that claims to be a prophet of God can spend that much money in just six hours on alcohol?

The bill from the bar shows that exactly R1 374 945 was spent on mostly booze at 012 Lifestyle Brooklyn, which is in Brooklyn Mall in Pretoria.
There was a silver lining particularly for the lucky waiter who served Passion Java and his guests. Report Focus News has it on good authority that the waiter got a R124 000 tip.
The restaurant has confirmed the staggering bill.
Here is how the bill was broken down to Report Focus News.

• 100 bottles of Ace of Spade champagne at R10 000 each
• 50 bottles of Vauve Rich champagne at R2 000 each
• 20 bottles of Dom Perignon champagne at R6 000 each
• 10 300ml cans of Coke at R25 each
• 3 bottles of Glenfiddich scotch whiskey at R9 500 each
• Two platters for a combined R1 100