- Twitter user, Hannah Ogundare, had enough of the current online trend tagged the 'Silhouette challenge'
- The new TikTok trend involves posing in a doorway before turning yourself into a sultry black silhouette against a red background
- In a new video, Hannah condemned the challenge as she advised ladies against reducing their self-worth
- However, her attempt at sensitising women has taken a different turn following her Biblical blunder
The new TikTok challenge known as the #Silhouettechallenge may be pleasing a lot of menfolks - for obvious reasons - but it appears Twitter user, Hannah Ogundare is not in support.
The hair entrepreneur is currently trending on social media and for what many people may tag hilarious. She recently made a video in which she criticised women taking part in the challenge.
According to her, men would never come out to expose themselves the way these women have. Advising them to stop 'reducing their self-worth', she cited a story in the Bible about how God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.
However, Hannah didn't pronounce the city correctly. Instead, she can be heard 'saying, 'Sodium and Gomorrah'.
Watch video below:
This has left several social media users amused. Although the challenge is currently trending at the number one spot on Twitter, not too far behind on the trend list is her blunder.
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While Hannah's message was a call for decency, her blunder is what almost everyone on Twitter is talking about.
See some reactions:
One Twitter user made a joke about science students mixing things up in the Bible.
Attah of Nigeria tried to justify the blunder.
Mummy YO was simply astounded.
There are a few people who agreed with her message and commended her for speaking.
See comments below:
Unique Tee thanked her for speaking up.
Quame tagged the challenge stupid.
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In other news, popular Nigerian singer, DJ Cuppy, is one celebrity who produces content a lot of Nigerians love. However, it appears #BussItChallenge is one trend she won't be joining anytime soon.
The billionaire daughter in a recent tweet expressed how tempted she is to join the trend. In a follow-up tweet, she revealed her parents won't take it likely.