YouTuber Marina Joyce Continues To Spark Concern Following Bizarre Facebook Post
The YouTuber has posted a somewhat cryptic Facebook post...
Marina Joyce caused mass panic amongst her fandom last month, when a hoax that she'd been kidnapped or worse began to spread and cause chaos after fans believed she was sending secret messages via her videos.
Thankfully though the YouTuber was alive and well during the madness, with family and friends assuring her followers that nothing suspicious was actually going on.
But on Sunday (August 7), Marina posted a lengthy letter on her Facebook page in which she asks fans to join her in building a temple in Peru.
She begins by calling herself 'Marina, The Goddess of Love', continuing that she wants to be a 'God like Buddah'.
"I found a couple secrets about the After Life and I know that I can still contact humans during the afterlife and I want to become this because I want to one day Create a Temple and a Shrine where I am known as God of the Shrine," part of the letter reads.
"I would like to spend my time there with people drawing art, doing meditation, understanding people, helping them with their problems, finding them extreme spiritual help and guidance, bringing them closer to Spiritual After-life Gods which can help them to produce magic to do incredible things, so that you're guaranteed a safe spot in the after-life and you're promised spiritual protection moreso than being a religious person, sacred symbols to represent this, chanting and many fun activities for lots of people to join in on!"
Comments on the post are seemingly supportive in her dreams, with some fans pledging to help raise money for the 19-year-old.
Though there are others who think perhaps the money should be spent on a doctor.
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