Benta! Ethel Booba's tweet about Momo Challenge elicits hilarious reactions

Benta! Ethel Booba's tweet about Momo Challenge elicits hilarious reactions

- Ethel Booba tweeted about the viral Momo challenge

- Just like her usual witty and funny tweets, she said her nieces and nephews will not be a victim of the said challenge

- The comedienne quipped about her "pamangkins" being lazy making it impossible for Momo to make them do the task

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Ethel Booba tweeted about the popular mobile application Momo challenge which is said to pose a great threat to the youth. In her tweet the comediene joked about her pamangkins being lazy.

She wrote, "Hindi mauutusan ng Momo na yan ang mga pamangkin ko. Ang tatamad eh. Charot!"

This was replied by some twitter users with more hilarious tweets.

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“Yari pag sa ate kong tamad nag utos yang Momo na yan, malamang ipasa sa akin. Nung pinaghugas ng plato ni nanay si ate eh ipinasa pa sa akin. yari na.”

“Kahit siguro bata ako, di rin ako susunod. singkwenta ba naman utos niya. si God nga 10 lang!”

“Paano masusunod ng mga bata sa inyo si Momo eh wala naman kayong wifi? Picture nga sa FB hindi mo makita eh. Chos!”

“Hindi rin nyan mauutusan pamangkin ko. Hindi kasi sila nakakaintindi ng English eh.”

“Parang mga apo ko din super sa tamad. Gusto sa table lang nakaupo habang lumalapang at magkwentuhan.”

“Hindi din niyan mauutusan ang 5 years old kung anak kasi di pa nakakabasa eh.”

“Hindi mauutusan ni Momo yung pamangkin ko. Pinapatay ng kapitbahay namin wifi nila.”

“Si momo yung magpapakamatay sa dami ng utos ng pamangkin ko.”

The controversial Momo Challenge is said to be the reason for some of the strange behaviour of some children. According to reports, the kids were given 50 tasks once he or she agreed to take the challenge. The tasks include inflicting harm to the kids which would later lead to suicide.

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