God eaters, who eat gods, are a popular source of entertainment in China.
It has been a popular topic on popular Chinese social media platforms since last summer, with thousands of videos showing people playing with God eater toys.
Some people have even started uploading video to YouTube of themselves eating the toys.
It is not clear if there is any scientific evidence to back up the theory.
It’s also not clear why the gods eaters are so popular, or whether the gods are even real.
However, Chinese authorities have been cracking down on the God eater phenomenon, with the authorities announcing that anyone caught eating a god will be severely punished.
It has been the focus of a massive crackdown on the phenomenon on social media sites, including Weibo, WeChat and Tencent’s WeChat.
On Tuesday, Weibo removed a video showing a man eating a God eater, after it was reported that he had been caught eating the toy, We reported.
Weibo also removed the video, and the owner of the video posted a new version of the clip to his Weibo account.
In the new version, the man is shown holding a bag of the toys and says “God eaters”, rather than the word “god.”
Weibo said that the new video was removed due to “security reasons.”
The Weibo video was posted on Wednesday, and soon after, We posted a video of a man holding up a bag containing a large amount of God eater toy toys, including God eater figurines, to show the effect of the crackdown on God eater consumption.
In that video, a man wearing a black shirt and pants and holding a toy can be seen sitting at a table.
He is also seen eating the doll and playing with it.
Weibo said in a statement that it took down the video because the user who posted it was found to have broken the law and that he did not have permission to do so.
The man in the video is known by Weibo as “Bian”.
He has been banned from Weibo since September, but he has continued to post videos, according to Weibo.
He has also posted on Weibo about how he was able to take part in the God eating.
In one of his posts, Bian wrote that “when you look at these toys you will realize that they are a gift from God.
You can imagine that when they eat, they are really good to your body.
You will feel great and then you will not be hungry anymore.”
Bian also posted a photo of himself on WeChat with a toy God eater.
The post was quickly removed from WeChat, but has been reposted on Weixin, another popular Chinese microblogging platform, with some of the original content.