Six-year-old tells mom how Momo ‘suicide game’ character befriended her during Peppa Pig video

Feb 27, 2019 by

This is the chilling moment a six-year-old girl describes how she was targeted by the ‘Momo Challenge’ suicide game while watching a Peppa Pig video on YouTube Kids.

Bre-Andria Roussell was watching the popular children’s program when Momo – a terrifying character with bulging eyes and a bird-like body – appeared on the screen and tried to befriend her.

The child detailed the encounter to her horrified mother, 27-year-old Brittany Roussell, in a video posted on Facebook.

‘She could be in your dreams or she could kill you,’ Bre-Andria says of Momo.

Bre-Andria described Momo as ‘like an app, and you can call and text her’ and says: ‘She could be in your dreams or she could kill you.’

The youngster explains: ‘When you call her she’s going to hang up – and then it can start getting freaky.

‘You’re going to text her if we could be friends and she will say: “Yes, we can be best friends.”

‘But when you come to her house, when she sends you the address, she’s gonna actually kill you.’

Bre-Andria says defiantly: ‘I don’t do that app because I don’t want to get killed. I don’t want that to happen to me so make sure y’all stay safe, OK? ‘

Bre-Andria described Momo as ‘like an app, and you can call and text her’ and says: ‘She could be in your dreams or she could kill you.’ The youngster’s mom shared a video of her daughter talking about the encounter to warn other parents that their children could be vulnerable

Momo is the face of a disturbing challenge that encourages children to harm themselves or take their own lives. The 'game' has been linked to more than 100 deaths around the world

Momo is the face of a disturbing challenge that encourages children to harm themselves or take their own lives. The ‘game’ has been linked to more than 100 deaths around the world

Brittany Roussell, of New Orleans, Louisiana, shared the video to raise awareness about the disturbing challenge, which encourages youngsters to harm themselves and in some cases even take their own lives.

She said she felt ‘sick to her stomach’ when Bre-Andria told her about Momo’s surprise visit in a video available on YouTube Kids.

‘My daughter turned it off because when [Momo] shows her whole body she is naked and her breasts show,’ Brittany told The Mirror.

Source: Six-year-old tells mom how Momo ‘suicide game’ character befriended her during Peppa Pig video | Daily Mail Online

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