Joel Osteen has made millions scamming gullible people out of their money. Now, the chickens came home to roost recently, when a Facebook troll managed to convince Osteen’s followers he was the real deal.
Using an account by the name of “Joel Oldsteen Ministries,” Ben Palmer had the time of his life talking to the Osteen’s loony followers and making them think he was really their favorite grifting preacher. While under the fake account, the man behind the stunt sold things branded with Osteen’s name, and even answered prayers and questions, all while pretending to be the real deal.
The “Oldsteen” account appeared under one supposedly inspirational message that was telling people not to allow negative thoughts into their minds, to serve such thoughts an “eviction notice.” “Oldsteen” took advantage, saying:
“Some of the items I have in my house are more expensive than your house. I have a tooth brush holder that could pay a year of your rent. How does that make you feel? Are you jealous?”
Here are just a few samples of “Oldsteen’s” brilliant troll work:
Too bad this couldn’t continue on a bit further. At any rate, maybe at least a few people will realize what a complete scam artist the real Joel Osteen is, and leave the habit of listening to him and sending him money behind.
[Raw Story] Featured image via Facebook