- John Cusack recently took to social media to state that the 5G network will be proven very bad for human beings
- The Hollywood actor revealed this in a recent tweet, following the controversy surrounding the 5G topic
- Cusack is one of the many famous people championing the 5G conspiracy theories across the world
Hollywood actor, John Cusack, seems to have pissed off many fans and followers online following his recent tweet. The Con Air star took to the micro-blogging platform to state that the 5G network is bad for the human condition.
In his words, "5G will be proven very bad for people’s health." The movie star maintained his stance even after his tweet went viral and received backlash for believing what many described as an unfounded theory.
In another tweet, he replied his critics: "Twittaverse many of you are thoughtful decent humans. Beyond the bots and trolls – many of you are just DUMB – just consumerist ignorant trash."
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Bringing it back to Nigeria, popular Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilome, is also one of those with the mindset that 5G is harmful and he even pushed this narrative during a live broadcast of his church service.
Oyakhilome was seen on video saying that the Nigerian federal government ordered the total shutdown of Abuja and Lagos because it was not enough for the state government to do so. The pastor proceeded to say that the government did that because of 5G in Abuja and Lagos and that they have already tested it in Abuja and are now digging in Lagos.
Oyakhilome said that what killed people in Wuhan, China, was not the virus but the installation of 5G. He also challenged those who do not agree with him to bring up their own theory.
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Meanwhile, many Nigerians have taken to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to hail the perspective of the founder of Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, for his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic and the 5G controversy.
In the video, Adeyemi refuted the claim that both the 5G and the coronavirus pandemic are signs of the antichrist. The clergyman noted that a similar event happened in 1918 when many Nigerians died from influenza pandemic that hit the country.