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Pamela M Foreman (known as tamtampamela) is a 21 year old Floridian woman, who is infamously known for her “GOD IS SO GOOD” video. A video that went viral within a matter of hours after being blogged about by a youtuber known as ‘thunderf00t’. After thunderf00t posted an analogy video of the earthquake (tamtampamela’s video was included in the end of the video), many other youtubers would post reactions, most in disgust of the video, while some would be confused as to why she would praise the deaths of innocent people, and some would question if she was a troll.
When you first watch the video, you can’t help but get the feeling of “is she serious?”. The video is of Pamela, praising god for nearly destroying japan, and saying that she prayed for the event to occur. Her glazed expressions throughout the video as she spoke her strongly hateful opinions is what really makes you question if she really is a troll, or if every word she spoke was true. Within the hours that the video was rapidly increasing in popularity, the dislikes would near 105,000 votes, and would receive over 500 comments every 3 minutes.
Anon and other groups would quickly obtain her personal information, and begin their ruthless pranks on Pamela. Pizza’s, and various other items would be consistently delivered to her home, along with the stereotypical phone calls she would receive of people threatening her. Later, she would be posted on ‘The Daily What’ and be labeled as “worst person ever”.
The Daily What: tamtampamela “Worst Person Ever”
Her Interview: The Atlantic Wire interviews tamtampamela
On March 15, 2011, she would release a video that she admitted to trolling, and stating that her previous video was merely satire, and later on another blog saying that she was a fan of “Poe’s Law”. Other blogs however, had a different theory. Many others stated that she wasn’t trolling, but that she saw the “I was trolling” line as a way out of the “hate-storm”. There were rumors that she belonged to a local evangelical church, which still has not yet to be proven. Even with all the rumors, she claims to be an atheist. After an hour of posting her ‘Coming Clean’ video, she would terminate her account.
A first hand look at the non-stop comments from the original video:
The Reaction Videos
A few of the many reactions: