Popular Nigerian rapture evangelist Funmilayo who is famously known as Mummy G. O have issued a vivid warning to critics using her image as a barrier of mockery and memes.
The Nigerian evangelist who went viral for her constant biblical rapture and hell pedagogy in her last interview with BBC cautioned people not to use her image for mockery.
She disassociated herself from the memes making rounds on social media and debunked making such statements making waves on social media with the claim that they are instituted to destroy the true gospel of the lord.
She also denounced her claim embedded on the congregant using MasterCard which she once labelled hellfire souls.
In her words, she said:
“For everybody that are carrying my picture to post dirty things. That said I said if somebody uses MasterCard, you will go to hell.”
“I dey use MasterCard and I no dey go hell fire. They said I said if you get Masters in University, you are going to hell. Na lie o. Many master degree holders dey my church and they’re not going to hell fire in Jesus name.”
“They said I talk say if woman no get back and front, she go go hell. No be me talk am.”
“I don see plenty of them. But I did not feel bad. 90% of them no know me. They are just flexing on social media. If they want to know what I actually said, then go to my YouTube channel”
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Mummy GO said those videos were edited🙄 pic.twitter.com/7gjOHtxRMR
— Ayanfe_nimi🙂 (@ayanfe_nimi) January 9, 2022
Even Mummy G. O wants to do some damage control.🤣 pic.twitter.com/SfTEUXiRWJ
— theonly1acre (@theonly1acre) January 9, 2022
So BBC YORUBA interviewed Mummy GO and she basically said "I said what I said" 1/3 pic.twitter.com/MNPhOFGMqV
— Wale Gates🇳🇬🇬🇧 (@walegates) January 9, 2022
"Those videos are edited, and i didn't say those things in the videos" – Mummy GO in a BBC interview.
— Legacy Tv (@legacytv_) January 10, 2022