Holy Pancake sells on E-bay to some sucker for about $338.
When asked why she thought God would want to put a message on a pancake, Okane told WPBF reporter Amanda Burden, "Because it will get a lot of recognition."
Recognition, baloney . . . it will make Okane a quick buck off of some gullible idiot who is stupid enough to pay for it.
If the pancake is so "holy, and has a "godly" message, why is she selling it instead of just showing it off? Because it's all about HER getting recognition, and some extra cash for the holidays.