City Harvest Church goers blame themselves for Kong Hee’s predicament

Posted on 11 August 2014

They say they should have just given him the money instead of to the church.


City Harvest Church members are blaming themselves for their church founder’s predicament.

This after their church founder Kong Hee took the stand for the first time on Aug. 11, 2014, in a long-running trial over the alleged misuse of $50 million of church funds.

Qu Jiao Tang, a church goer, said: “We should have given him a bigger house at Sentosa Cove and invited everyone all over the world to Singapore. Then he wouldn’t have to get Sun Ho to spread the gospel through her skimpy dressing and provocative dance moves.”

“Imagine how bad he must feel to always see his wife in various states of undress, gyrating in public?”

Another fellow member, Xing Ye Shu, said he feels worse as this court case could have been prevented from the start: “As our rancher and we as his sheeple, it would have only been right for us to have given him all our money directly without funneling it to the church.”

“Then none of this court thing would have happened.”

“We are sorry, Rancher Kong Hee. If we don’t blame ourselves, we’re not true believers.”


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