- Some aggrieved social media users on Twitter have taken to the platform to accuse God of watching the world go down in flames
- Many registered their displeasure under the ‘dragging God’ hashtag which already has thousands of engagements
- Some other users on the platform were also quick to come to the defence of their creator
There is currently drama on the popular social media platform, Twitter, after a group of enraged users on the platform came out to register their displeasure against God for watching several atrocities wreck the world.
The outrage by these set of individuals is in line with the recent killing of two young Nigerian ladies as well as the ongoing chaos in the United States of America (USA) following the death of George Floyd by white police officers.
In light of the happenings, some individuals who seemed to have had their fill of bad news took to the microblogging platform to register their displeasure against the almighty under the ‘dragging God’ hashtag.
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A user on the platform identified as Ifa Funsho said: “A God who doesn't care about slavery. How do you expect him to care about a girl that was r*ped. Slavery lasted over 1000 years & God did nothing to stop it. So stop #draggingGod. God only care if you're paying your tithes or else your a*s will burn in hell. What a fraud father.”
Another Twitter user who registered his displeasure against God said: "God could've softened pharaohs heart so he would release the Israelites but he decided to harden it so he'll have an excuse for killing the sons of Egypt. Wicked somebody."
More tweets below:
With the hashtag gathering momentum on the platform, some other users who could not stand the blasphemy against the lord also took to their timelines to react.
They exulted the lord and pointed out that he is well aware of happenings in the world.
Read tweets below:
Also reacting, a user identified as Uncle Chu compiled a list of famous individuals who allegedly passed away after acts of blasphemy against God. See his tweet below:
Some months ago, Legit.ng gathered the report of a Nigerian man, Micheal Nwanator, who said it is better to be an atheist in Nigeria than be a Muslim or Christian. The man claimed that 91 million Nigerians are living in poverty despite being the most religious in the world.
Nwanator noted that less religious countries prosper more than Nigeria.
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