- Elliot Moyo has reportedly died in South Africa
- Elliot went viral after a video of being supposedly resurrected from death by Pastor Alph Lukau surfaced online
- Already, Elliot is said to have been buried in South Africa
Brighton Elliot Moyo, the Zimbabwean man in the viral resurrection video involving South-African based pastor, Alph Lukau, has reportedly died again, this time for real.
According to reports YEN.com.gh sighted in Zimbabwean media on Monday, April 8, 2019, Elliot died sometime last week in a village called St Luke’s in South Africa.
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Elliot who was married without a child was reportedly buried on Saturday, April 6, 2019.
“His stomach started swelling and didn’t stop for three days and on the third day, he died,” a local newspaper, H-Metro quoted a family member as saying.
Elliot made headlines across the world in February 2019 following a video of him supposedly getting resurrected by Pastor Lukau three days after he died which popped up online.
After the video went viral on the internet, many people deemed the resurrection as fake and it started a #resurrectionchallenge going on social media to mock Lukau.
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In the midst of the controversy, Elliot reportedly came on Facebook to claim that he was really dead.
“Guys….I was not paid to do what I did. I was really dead. [with a crying emoji],” he wrote.
However, after much backlash from social media users, Elliot deleted the post and Pastor Lukau came out to clarify that the video was not a miracle.
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