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Saturday, January 30, 2021

Gospel Singer Mercy Chinwo Preaches Against The Silhouette Challenge

 She say make una stop to do follow follow........







45 comments:

  1. Enough abeg!
    Y'all should put this energy into preaching against things that affect the society more. How does policing what people do with their bodies help us right now? Live and let live, please.

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    1. You contradict yourself. What she speaks about is part of things that affect society. Society is made up of individuals so you can't keep shut on the wrong things people are doing and expect a perfect society.

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    2. Why don't you follow your own advice?
      Everyone has an opinion, let them air it.

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    3. Organic palm oil, you think it doesnt affect the society? Smh

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    4. Anon
      There's a war going on in Nigeria that no one is talking about.
      These celebrities are mute
      The North is in Chaos
      Herdsmen have gone bonkers
      Kidnappings are becoming a normal occurrence...I could go on and on. These things affect us more The silhouette challenge shouldn't even be on the list of our problems.

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    5. You don't have to wait for your celebs to do that madam palm oil. You can champion the cause too.After all we are all Nigerians.

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    6. Palm oil, you take up the responsibility of talking about the chaos in the North since that's the one that bothers you. Mercy Chinwo is talking about the one that bothers her. Someone cannot air her views again without another person telling her that's not the major problem we are facing.

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    7. Even those that went for weekend of fornication are still shouting " Silhouette challenge is of the devil", what a joke!🀣🀣🀣
      Just say your drum like tummies wouldn't let you participate and that makes you so jealous of the ones participating. Hehehe
      I said what I said abeg.
      #EatingAfangandFufu

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    8. What a weak come back @ Iya elepo. So u really think the challenge will make some people jealous. Joker! When we that are blessed with figure 8 are talking,you no reach.

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    9. Instead of her to say she likes the challenge and wd join if pot-belly go gree am, she's there forming politically concerned citizen. Mercy, PREACH ON! We need more of ur sort!

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    10. Organic Palmoil if you don't know sexual immorality affects a society, then you missed an important part of upbringing.

      The same moral standards that deplore taking bribe,
      is against sexual immorality and those are the moral threads that hold society together.

      A society that encourages indiscriminate sexual activity, would soon be riddled with STDs, unwanted pregnancies, abandoned children and the attendant complications.

      A person that lives life controlled by his/her urges is not superior to animsls.

      Humanity was given a life-manual by his maker on every aspect of life.
      YOU CANNOT BE WISER THAN GOD.

      I could write more to educate you but just know this - "RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTS A NATION BUT SIN IS A REPROACH TO ANY PEOPLE".

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  2. Nigerians like follow follow too much
    It's bad.
    No mind of their own.
    Not only three useless online challenges that creep up each time once they are bored, but the slangs nko that just come out of no where and everyone starts saying it without even knowing the meaning.
    Remember when Egungun dey look road oh na express you dey go was reigning,
    Then na the matter we dey settle
    Now it's wahala for who nor

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    1. That egungun was super annoying

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    2. I thought I was the only one that hated that egungun slang πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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  3. Female Celebs of the Nigerian extraction have constituted themselves into nuisance!😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏

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  4. Naija and follow folo. I wonder where they usually drop their brains and copy rubbish. Women that claimed to be matured. #smh

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  5. Someone called it the "sulia" challenge!

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  6. Don't know why this challenge is scary to me AF

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  7. Moral Police everywhere, please allow people do them btw they're adults
    Have you stood against domestic violence or rape?

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    1. Why don't you stand for those ones. She is talking about the one that she feels should be talked about at the moment

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    2. Thank you oh @Nguvi.
      It's this one that peppering all of them. Let them lend their voices to more important stuff!

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    3. This one is just as important. Sexual immorality spreads diseases, breaks homes, promotes abortion and single parenthood with its attendant effect on children and their upbringing. These things impact negatively on society. So, if u like the challenge, come out with it but to say that it's not among important stuff we shd be tackling, as a society, is being ACUTELY myopic.

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  8. Wise woman....I don't understand the need for some of these trends . Even the ones that are mature enough to give advice are taking part in the challenge

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  9. Some women are so shameless, I am totally disappointed in Funke Akindele, to see her participate in this satanic challenge, am short of words, my respect for her started disappearing when she violated the covid19 orders during the lockdown and hosted a party when the life of the whole world was endangered, and now she's also doing this silhouette challenge, for me this woman is as empty and vain as her colleague Moyo Lawal. Any woman involved in this is a shame to womanhood, and a disgrace to her now or future children.
    Ndi ara

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    1. U didn’t watch Funke Akindele’s one. If u did, u won’t say this !

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    2. She did not participate. She made it into a joke instead. God forgive you oo

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    3. Oga, Funke.akindele and Moyo Lawal didn't participate in the silhouette challenge

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    4. You better be calming down salma
      Go back to her page and rewatch if you didn't. She turned it into jenifa joke and said they came to a wrong page.

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    5. Salma please withdraw this comment.
      Thanks.

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    6. Salma oooooh...Please calm down and dont take things so serious...Madam holier than thou....Is she not an adult? if you dont like it waka pass, dont judge her cos you aint God and she owes you nothing..

      Please be calming down....

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    7. @ Salma, did you really watch Funke and Moyo's video. Abeg be calming down and apologize ooo.
      They didn't participate at all. Instead they made theirs into a joke. So get your facts right before you start commenting. Biko. Ejoor.

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    8. The dumbos we have living amongst us tho....

      Sorry.....not sorry.

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    9. This judging the book before reading it

      Is obvious you didn't watch their Challenge especially the one of Funke, it was all a joke even Mercy Eke deleted hers

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  10. Well said Mercy.

    A sensible woman that carries God in her won't join them in the nonsense.

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    1. Not only women, any well groomed girl won't dare.

      I wonder where the virtue and word DECENCY has gone to?
      #worrisome

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    2. You both are saying the same thing xp. Those ladies doing the challenge are women and not girls. A girl is a young female child.

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  11. How can a full grown adult post adult content to the world in the name of Challenge, it baffled me. May God delivered our generation.

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  12. Stella and Co, both the ones that did and those that made a joke out it are the same.
    Would it be better to simply ignore the such unwholesome thing?

    Thank God I am not on all those social media platforms to see the madness going on in the world.

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