Most controversial messages by Mummy G.O, the Hell-preaching Evangelist turning Meme Star [Video]
Funmilayo Adebayo, an evangelist nicknamed Mummy G.O, is now making waves on social media.
The Nigerian clergy became rather famous after several clips of her controversial sermons found their way online.
Adebayo first caught the attention of social media users in 2021 with her rendition of the song ‘Kpatakpata.’
Video clips of her controversial messages have also become common place on many WhatsApp and Facebook updates so much so that many users likened her to Odumeje, the controversial Anambra-based preacher who went viral in 2020.
Among her viral messages is one where the clergywoman said break dancing originated from the land of the dead.
“Where did break dancing generate from? Michael Jackson. He got power from the dead land. What is the land of the dead? Skeleton. Skeleton is not for the living. If you break dance, you’re telling God you’re dead,” she said.
In one of several memes, the woman said boys who give girls money in 2022 will be “giving away their glory”.
Also, the clergywoman claimed in another video that the US-based company Walt Disney projects the number 666 in the design of its name — with 666 being the biblical mark of the Antichrist as widely held by Christians.
On the COVID-19 vaccine, she said in another video that those who take the vaccine should never anticipate heaven.
Below are some of her other claims:
“I wasn’t a fool before I met Christ. I was a cocaine pusher. I sold guns and rented ammunition to robbers. I was a hired killer. I had boys at my disposal. Whenever I want to give information to politicians, they pay me millions.
“Obasanjo knows me very well. We are close pals. Even Babangida knows me. The police had no guts to arrest me. Sijuade, the Ooni of Ife, it was when I met him that his business started booming.
“The kind of cocaine I smuggled, I used flying carpet, straight to Germany and America. I don’t use airplanes. The reason why I have this knowledge is due to my long journey in the kingdom of darkness.”
On Football Stars
“Anybody that dies as a football star shall go to hell. Write it down. I’m not forcing you to believe it. If your child or brother becomes a star in ball, it’s an automatic certificate to hell.
“Especially you boys, when we tell you that ball is not good, you hate it. If you know it’s a sin, raise your hand. Football is a sin. It is a game of antichrist. That is why many general overseers and big churches are fighting me.”
“All of you children telling your parents to buy handset for you on your birthday, you’re asking for the ticket to hellfire.”
“My dear, if you are here and your dream is to become a comedian, I want you to renounce Jesus before that. You must renounce Jesus and reject him. To become a comedian means you’re destined for hell.”
On Hair Attachments
“The first attachment on earth, I produced it. The name is Amigo. And we’re the ones that have the company that produced it.”
Many young Nigerians on social media are often dismissive of her claims, regarding her as a comic personality.
Her pictures have also gone viral in memes, with inscriptions that mimick her typical statements about hell.