The hashtag was created basically to celebrate the mothers in our society, their influences and the more-often-than-not the hilarious side of everything where different users discussed about how their mother have treated them while growing up.
Celebrities such as Dremo, M.I and few others have also joined in the conversation, hence the hashtag can be understood and easily relate-able for every native or Nigerian-born individual because our childhood is relative not necessarily synonymous. Endeavor to enjoy some of the best tweets below because you will definitely laugh:
— Ebuka Akara (@ebuka_akara) October 4, 2018
Anytime I left home to play football with my friends.
My mom: it's that football you will eat today, no food for you in this house.
When she's done cooking.
My mom: Eniola, come and take your food o.
My mother is a Queen and member of sweet mothers association (SMA). #MamaDiMama
— AJALA (@UNCLE_AJALA) October 4, 2018
— #MamaDiMama | melanin queen (@KingingThere) October 4, 2018
— Bhadmus Hakeem (@Bhadoosky) October 4, 2018
If you a Yoruba and you know this song, sing along with me. "Mummy oh oh, oh, wa pe laye, Mummy oh, oh, oh, wa jeun omo..📡📡#MamaDiMama
— @IamTemitorpe (@IamTemitorpe) October 4, 2018
Amidst the jocular ceremony that is ongoing on the internet with the trend, there were those who used this medium to appreciate their mothers and the women that have sacrificed something worthwhile. For instance, Dr Ameyo stella Adadevoh who died in 2014 committed herself to saving lives during the prevalence of the Ebola disease at the time. She would eternally be remembered as a superwoman who fought for wholeness amidst the nefarious risk. The following tweets are personal to the individual who posted it:
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When our world was in trouble and looked like all was lost, a woman stood out among many and fought the good fight. Didn't matter what she had to lose, the lives of others were more important. Strength, Courage, bravery. A Queen forever.. Dr Ameyo Stella Adadevoh. #MamaDiMama
The sound of the bomb blasting at Ikeja in 2002 was the last thing mama heard before everything went silent. The events before and after this bomb blast made me realize that a person could be the physical representation of a Wonder Woman. A thread #MamaDiMama pic.twitter.com/qxhSKTlPaA
— IG: virtuousi (@Osastheking) October 3, 2018
You can go on the internet and use the hashtag to follow through and enjoy the tread, the social media is always a beautiful place to be entertained. Enjoy to celebrate your mother today.