'The door is closing': Izzy tweets religion again

It appears the furore surrounding Israel Folau’s religious views is only fuelling him to share more of his controversial thoughts.

The superstar Waratahs fullback has again taken to Twitter to share a message to his 124,000 followers, this time asking people to come to the Lord while they’re still alive.


“The Lord is giving you time to come to him whilst you’re still alive. He stands and waits.” Folau’s tweet reads.

“The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance.”

Folau has courted more controversy. Pic: Getty

Although his latest message contains no direct comment regarding homosexuality, Folau’s most recent message is sure to create plenty of controversy, and no doubt keep Rugby Australia officials on their toes.

Already, some followers were rejecting Folau’s stance on Twitter.

 

Although the 29-year-old speedster still had plenty of support on the social media channel.

Folau was in the headlines again over the weekend after he was trolled by a DJ at a Super Rugby match.

Folau has copped plenty of criticism over the last few weeks, due to his religious views, but nothing like what he received in Christchurch on Saturday night.

The Crusaders produced the biggest comeback in Super Rugby history to consign Folau’s Waratahs to a heartbreaking 31-29 loss.

And to add insult to injury for Folau, the DJ at Christchurch Stadium decided to play ‘YMCA’ by The Village People (a well known gay anthem) over the loudspeakers as the game was finishing.

Fans at the ground loved the brutal trolling, and many took to social media to comment on it: