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Christians who watch BBNaija are criticized by “Mummy G.O.”

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Controversial Funmilayo Adebayo, a.k.a. Mummy GO, a Nigerian evangelist, has criticized Christians who watch the well-liked reality television program BBNaija.

She was seen pleading with her followers in a viral video, giving reasons why they should avoid the show and labeling Christians who watch it “bastards.”

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During a sermon, the preacher described the show’s emblem in her own words: “This is the logo of Big Brother Nigeria” (BBNaija). You are nothing but a bastard if you’re watching this satanic broadcast as a child of God.

She then called pastors who have viewers in their congregations “bastards” in a further tirade.

“And not only are you a bastard, but so is your pastor,” because this emblem depicts Orion’s eyes, one of the archangels who died fighting God—or rather, anti-God—the preacher continued.

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After clips of the controversial evangelist’s sermons trended on the Nigerian internet earlier this year, she became a social media celebrity.

According to Mummy G.O, even Lucifer wouldn’t utter those things in some of the doctored videos that were being shared online.

“I watched the videos, but I didn’t feel horrible because some of the people who posted them are my adversaries. 90% of them are merely using social media for amusement and following trends. They have never met me.

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“Many are unaware of the scandalous origins of it. The youth in Nigeria are under too much stress. People need what will make them laugh. Some people had no idea I existed. Those are not the things I said. Videos are typically altered.

If Lucifer were to become a pastor, let alone a preacher, he wouldn’t utter stuff like that. They began doing it eight years ago. They first used magazines but started sending armed people to pursue me when it didn’t work,” she said.

 

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