Mercy Johnson-Okojie Disturbed by ‘666’ Followers Count on Threads App, Appeals for Support

…By Lola Smith for TDPel Media. Talented Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie, recently voiced her distress on Instagram regarding the number of followers displayed on the Threads App.


Since the launch of Mark Zuckerberg’s new social networking platform, Threads, numerous Nigerian celebrities, influencers, and politicians have flocked to join.

Expressing surprise, Mercy Johnson-Okojie noticed that her followers count exhibited the alleged satanic number, ‘666,’ which made her uncomfortable.

Seeking to alter the digits from 66.6K, she made a plea to her fans and followers to join her on the Threads App and increase her follower count.


Her hope was that this would change the number associated with the Devil and alleviate her concerns.

She wrote, “Abeg, I dey fear this number wey my Followers dey.

Make una Follow me small on @threadsapp make e change.

Abeg 666 bawo?” (Translation: “Please, I’m afraid of the number displayed by my followers.

Please follow me on @threadsapp a little to make a change. Please, what about 666?”)


Mercy Johnson Opens Up About Her Relationship with Yvonne Nelson

In a separate development, Mercy Johnson discussed her close bond with Ghanaian movie star, Yvonne Nelson.

In a video shared on Yvonne’s Instagram page, Mercy referred to the Ghanaian actress as her sister rather than a friend or colleague.

Mercy Johnson further revealed that Yvonne had served as her chief bridesmaid during her wedding to Prince Okojie in 2011.

She emphasized Yvonne’s exceptional cooperation and support during that significant time when she needed her friends and team.

Their friendship began as early as 2008, three years prior to Mercy’s marriage, and it gradually developed into a sisterly relationship. Mercy also described Yvonne as a calm and pleasant individual who prefers to mind her own business.


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