- The Japanese creator of the infamous Momo doll has finally spoken about it
- He revealed he has already destroyed the doll, albeit his other scary works are still in existence
- 'It doesn't exist anymore' said Keisuke Aiso
It would seem that children have nothing more to fear, as the creator of the "Mother Bird," more popularly known as "Momo," said that it is already dead.
KAMI learned that Keisuke Aiso, the creator of the Momo doll, has revealed that the infamous doll has simply "rotted away."
According to Daily Mail's report, the exact words of Keisuke were, "It doesn't exist anymore, it was never meant to last. It was rotten and I threw it away."
He also added that, "The children can be reassured Momo is dead - she doesn't exist and the curse is gone."
Keisuke was speaking from his factory in Japan, after the image of his doll was used as the face of an app, and the image for an online challenge, called the "Momo challenge," which urged participants to do self-harm and eventually take their lives.
The challenge itself caused quite a stir in the Philippines. A KAMI report highlighted how an 11-year-old kid allegedly died after following the instructions from the said challenge.
A lot more "victims" came out in the open on social media after Momo challenge went viral.
With the latest pronouncement of the doll's maker, it might just usher the end to this notorious challenge.
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