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VIDEO: Mummy GO Finally Addresses Nigerians Over Viral ‘Hell Fire’ Memes




Controversial Nigerian Evangelist, Funmilayo Adebayo has revealed she is not Mummy GO and never said most of the hell fire memes on social media.

This is coming days after her son, Samuel told The PUNCH that his mother, Evangelist Funmilayo is not bothered about the hellfire memes circulating online.

He also noted that most texts attributed to his mother in the memes about hellfire were fabricated and untrue imaginations.

In a video shared on social media on Sunday, Evangelist Funmilayo affirmed that she is not behind the ubiquitous hell fire memes circulating social media.

She also urged the public not to take it seriously as she knows nothing about it.

Naija News recalls that evangelist Funmilayo, the founder of Rapture Proclaimer Evangelical Church of God, began trending in Nigeria towards the end of 2021 when her rendition of the song ‘Kpatakpata’ caught the attention of social media users.

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