Famous Internet sensational preacher Ismail Gbadamosi said he has been preaching his now known ‘Lori-Iro’ (base on lies) message for more than six years before it went viral.
The Ibadan-based preacher, who is a preacher of the gospel, spoke to newsmen in an interview.
“I’ve been doing ‘Lori Iro’ for more than five, six years. People used to gather around me to dance to the song whenever I go out to preach. The content of my evangelism is on fake love. You are my chewing gum; you are my Tomato, you are my biscuit, those are fake loves, lips of deceit,” the convert said.
Gbadamosi said he was unaware of Valentine’s day approaching, but an onlooker who was watching did a video of him and posted it online.
Immediately the video garner views, with people reposting it whole, stressing the ‘Lori-iro’ (based on a lie) phrase to decry untrue statements of love, especially as valentine was approaching.
“It is God that brought it to that time. I had a dream that I will be celebrated one day, but I didn’t know the time. It is God’s season. I don’t even know the person who recorded the video,” he said.
The preacher, who is now on social media with a handful of followership, says he would utilize technology to preach the gospel.