Churchgoers accuse a woman of bringing in marijuana, but she says she actually brought in cilantro, which is meant to be garnish for menudo, a Mexican soup. John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report.
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"In a TikTok, church members accuse a woman named Ashley of bringing in marijuana, but she says she actually brought in cilantro, which is meant to be garnish for menudo, a Mexican soup.
Ashley, who goes by @alimamii23 on TikTok, recorded the altercation in a video that went up on Nov. 14 and as of Nov. 16, has over 2.8 million views. In the video, church members tell her to “leave now” for bringing weed into church. In the caption, Ashley wrote: “They didn’t even let me explain! They automatically just accused me!!”"
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