Did I go overboard with my comment?



So someone anonymous dropped that comment on my blog post, and that was my response to the person.

When I got the comment in my phone, I was first taken aback. I found it had to believe that someone who decide to spam a blog on behalf of RCCG? I doubt their pastor or planning committee asked them to do this? 

My initial reaction was to delete the comment, as I do to any spam comment that has the luxury of bypassing blogger filter. But I decided to leave it for the world to see, so we can all learn that this is not cool.

I understand it when Ikemba is spamming my blog for how to get a bigger manhood, and that babalawo guy that keeps disturbing us to come and prepare love potions for our runaway lover. But when Christians begin to do this under the ANONYMOUS identity, it says a lot about us. Or is the end game not to get poeple to give their lives to Christ again?

If we don't present ourselves as the light of the world, in this barrage of darkness, then what exactly are we doing as Christians?

Please weigh in. Did I go overboard? What are you thoughts on Christian spamming blogs for their events?


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  1. You didn't go overboard! you are right with your comment... . There are better ways of publicity than spamming people's blog. The claimed christian knew what he/she did was wrong that's why he/she was anonymous. am sure the person isn't a believer sef, just claiming christianity. Redeem doesn't publicise by spamming pple's blog. Christians are to be the light and salt of the world, and nt to be found doing d wrong things


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    1. Yes, I believe the church did not send the spammer on this kind of errand, lol.

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  2. BUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    Berry Dakara Blog

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    1. See your mouth. What do you think jare?

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  3. There are other ways of creating publicity on social media without spamming people's blogs.
    Did you go over board with your comment... I don't think so.

    If the commenter wasn't anonymous,left a word or two about the post in question then in addition left the above message. Would your response be different?

    As for ikemba and Mr ugochukwu with all the spams they leave in my mails...I just tire.

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    1. Haa, Mr Ikemba has been tormenting my emails lately. I just wish yahoo could do something about him.

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  4. Thought mr Ikenna came for only me o,this morning he was going on about some woman complaining of her husband not performing well...*sigh* it's very annoying.

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    1. You even read the email??? You are trying o. I don't even bother, I just thrash it.

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  5. Now I am speechless...Mr Ikenna, babalawo, feels like I belong to another blogging space.

    To the question, don't think you went overboard. I would say the same if I were in your place.

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    1. Ha, it's good you don't know them o. Mr Ikemba torments our emails like two times every single day, while the babalawo guy torments our blog comments like twice a month.

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    2. Seriously Large, sure feels like I belong to another blogging space LOL

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  6. Good evening. I am a fan of your blog. Been here since the time of Prism and former Nitty's blog. Wanted the assortment of perspectives you sure had.

    I posted the comment. I am super sorry. Please I plead for your mercy. let it prevail over judgement.

    I have no excuse. I take full responsibility. I will restitute anyway you want. Please please accept my apology.

    I have no excuse. I should habe known blog rules by now.

    Please accept my apology. Will get back to you any way I can. Please don't be offended anymore. Sorry. Thank you for accepting my plea.

    I mean it from the bottom of my heart. Did not know. Will not do it again. Will restitute if you want me to.

    Thanks for the correction. So sorry.

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    1. Wow. I'm really happy you came back to drop this comment. I truly appreciate it.

      I guess if you hadn't used an anonymous profile, it would have made a whoooolllle lot of difference. Secondly, it would be nice for these kinds of comments to be stylishly inserted in comments sections of religious posts, not neutral posts.

      Thanks for coming back once again. It shows courtesy

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  7. Good evening. I am a fan of your blog. Been here since the time of Prism and former Nitty's blog. Wanted the assortment of perspectives you sure had.

    I posted the comment. I am super sorry. Please I plead for your mercy. Hattylolla, please I beg you let it prevail over judgement.

    I have no excuse. I take full responsibility. I will restitute anyway you want. Please please accept my apology.

    I have no excuse. I should have known blog rules by now.

    Please accept my apology. Will get back to you any way I can. Please don't be offended anymore. Sorry. Thank you for accepting my plea.

    I mean it from the bottom of my heart. Did not know. Will not do it again. Will restitute if you want me to.

    Thanks for the correction. So sorry.

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  8. Well imagine my surprise when I got to the last comment and "bam" an apology from the offender. Makes the comment I wanted to post pointless now. Glad this was settled in a mature manner.

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    1. Lol. You should still have posted joooo.

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    2. LooL ikrr? "makes the comment pointless"

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  9. Lmaoo. Your reply is hilarious. You didn't go overboard with your comment but I doubt if the spammer returned to read that. Ikemba is spamming you too?

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    1. Scroll up, and you would see the spammers comment.

      Ikemba worries me everyday o. I don tire.

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  10. "Awwwn", that's all I could say reading his apology. So heartfelt.
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