- Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo, popularly known as Mummy GO on social media, spoke about her controversial sermon
- Mummy GO said the most Controversial videos of her have been edited by some people who are after her life
- However, the controversial pastor acknowledged that her messages usually focus on hellfire and uplift she explained why
Lagos – The founder of the Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God, Evangelist Funmilayo Adebayo, im Popularly known as Mummy GO, it has said that most of the videos about her on social media have been tampered with.
The evangelist announced this revelation in an interview held on Sunday by < i> BBC Pidgin has been released. January 9th
Several video clips of Evangelist Adebayo were seen on social media saying that soccer players, women with makeup and others wouldn’t make heaven.
Regarding the statements in the viral videos and memes, the cleric said most of the videos have been edited.
She added that the people behind the trending videos on social media have been chasing her for over eight years, adding that they once forwarded armed men.
“All of these videos have been edited. Even Lucifer, if he is a pastor today, will he ever say that all the things that are ascribed to me speak less of someone called a holiness preacher?
“Most of the things that are attributed to me have never been said by me. The people behind the trend have been around for over eight years. Sometimes they use magazines. When that didn’t work, they sent me armed men after. “
She claimed that some clergymen are after her because their members are withdrawing from their church when they heard her message.
“I’ve received some strange calls saying, ‘Evangelist Funmilayo, you are influencing us. Many of our members hear your message and are withdrawing from our church. If you don’t stop, we will kill you. “
” I thought it was just a threat until we started seeing armed men who chased us while we were driving, came to our church to threaten us, and so on. Sometimes when I’m in a banking hall they take my photo and forward it to me and say if they wanted me to be killed they would have done it. They say they’ll embarrass me f I won’t stop. When they saw that I wasn’t going to stop, they decided to take advantage of the trends on social media. ”
Still, the clergy defended some of their viral statements, including those about soccer players and Women who wear makeup.
Why my message is always centered on heaven and hellfire
When asked why your message is always on heaven and Hellfire is centered, Mummy GO said she was focused making sure people avoid things that send them to Hell.
“My message is to make sure people make heaven. I want them to avoid things that prevent them from creating Heaven, things that send them to Hellfire. My message also prepares people for the rapture because Jesus is coming back whether people believe it or not.
“Aside from the message I deliver, God is doing healings and miracles as we receive testimonies from all over the world.”
I don’t feel bad when I GO Mummy
Evangelist Adebayo also said she didn’t feel bad about the Mummy GO tag she was given on social media.
“I don’t feel bad because I’m called Mama GO. Why should I feel bad? Many never knew I existed until many of them bad things have been told about me, but the wise ones among them will want to know the truth, from then on they will know the real me.
“90 percent of them don’t know me. They only turn to social media to keep up with the trend. They don’t even know the reason for the trend. There is too much stress in this country so people easily get carried away with anything that makes them laugh.
“They don’t know that those who started the trend did a. create scandal. Some didn’t even know I really existed, they thought it was all a joke. They aren’t my enemies, they hate me and I don’t hate them either. ”
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One of his fans commented, however, that his statement could anger Mummy GO