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The twin sisters made headlines shortly after their appearance on Idols in 2014 when their mother removed them from a house owned by the controversial pastor in uMhlanga Ridge, Durban .
Neliswa took to her Facebook page yesterday to defend the controversial pastor, calling him "a man of jokes".
"He's a man of jokes and will always be talking about Christ and the Bible in the middle of nowhere," Neliswa said.
She continued: "Besides the fact that I love him, God has revealed to me the kind of a man he is.
"He is next to God's heart."
When contacted by Sowetan, Neliswa's phone rang unanswered and SMSes sent to her were not returned.
Her sister Anele said: "I still believe in daddy regardless of everything that's being said.
"God has revealed things to me that are keeping me in faith right now."