How BBNaija Is Preparing Nigerians For The Antichrist, According To This Nollywood Actor

August 7, 2020

Once upon a time, I recapped an insane Christian book that claimed the devil created football as a tool to destroy humanity. The article’s popularity made me turn my recaps into a weekly series named “So You Don’t Have To“, where I find batshit crazy pieces of media (books, movies, etc) and recap them for your pleasure.

Today, I’ll be recapping the conspiracy theory video made Joseph Okechukwu titled, “BB NAIJA: UNVEILING THE BEAST”.

Insane conspiracy theory aside, this is a cool ass image.

ABOUT THE MAKER

This guy.

Joseph Okechukwu describes himself as an actor who has starred in over 150 Nollywood movies. However, when you google him, the first set of things that come up are videos from his YouTube channel where he posts videos of himself spewing conspiracy theories left and right. That should tell you something. Anyway, let’s jump in.


Joseph starts the video shitting on Nigerian Christians for not speaking up about the evil of BBNaija and even paying to have it “beamed into their homes”. Just like Reverend Chris Okotie, he says that the real reason churches were forced to close and BBNaija was allowed to go on is because the Nigerian government is part of a Satanic agenda to control the minds of everyone on earth so we can serve the antichrist, ancient city style.

He shows clips from BBNaija’s current season and asks why the housemates aren’t wearing masks or social distancing like the rest of us have been instructed to.

Also, isn’t the BBNaija house the perfect example of isolating? A group of people in a house who never go out?

He refers to the eye in the BBNaija logo as the Eye of Lucifer/Horus and puts up an image of the current logo alongside last year’s version to make an insane point.

The addition of a camera lens in the center of the eye.

According to him, the camera lens was added in 2020 – the year COVID-19 hit – to let people know that the antichrist is about to make his debut and will be a being controlled by Artificial Intelligence.

He insists that this is why the BBNaija was created; to get everyone used to being monitored all the time, just like the totalitarian society described in the dystopian novel, 1984.

He claims that the addition of the camera lens to the BBNaija logo is proof that the antichrist is going to monitor and control everyone using our devices (phones, laptops, etc). He says that the vaccine being developed to fight COVID-19 is going to alter the DNA of anyone who takes it, leaving them with an embedded microchip (i.e. mark of the beast), which will be used by the BEAST COMPUTER to control them.

Look at this:

There’s a joke to be made about a guy who’s worried about being monitored but casually lounging in front of devices he could easily be monitored with. There’s a joke to be made about that but I’m not going to make it.

Do you have children who are stubborn as shit and just will not behave no matter what you do to discipline them? Joseph says it’s your fucking fault. According to him, your children watched BBNaija (after YOU paid to have it shown in your homes) and now it has turned them into delinquents bound to spend the majority of their lives in prison. He proceeds to shade the hell out of modern-day pastors for campaigning for tithes instead of joining forces to get BBNaija cancelled.

He ends the video by yelling at everyone to stop watching BBNaija because it indirectly funds the evil plans of the beings in the BEAST KINGDOM and pollutes the spiritual atmosphere wherever its shown.

The End.


Me, the entire time I was watching this video:

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