The troubles between Kumawood actors Salinko and Mmebusem over the local Jesus character in the Boys Abre TV series has taken a new twist as the former has cursed the latter with Antoa.
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Kumawood actor Mmebusem, who has been trending online for his role as the local Jesus in the popular Boys Abre TV series is known not to on good terms with the show's director, Salinko.
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And it looks like the fracas between Mmebusem and Salinko are not going to be solved, at least, not anytime soon.
In a new twist to their saga, Salinko, a popular Kumawood actor himself, has been heard cursing the local Jesus with Antoa Nyamaa, the popular river deity located in the Ashanti region.
Salinko's curse was uttered during a phone call between him and Mmebusem which's recording has surfaced online.
In the audio recording of the telephone conversation heard by YEN.com.gh, Salinko and Mmebusem could be heard bantering over their contributions to the show.
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After much back-and-forth, Salinko warned Mmebusem to never to use the Jesus costume or idea on any other set.
"If you ever use the costume for any work like this, Antoa river god should deal with you," he angrily said while a surprised Mmebusem asked if it had reached the point of Salinko cursing him.
Later, Salinko's wife joined the conversation and when Mmebusem asked what she had to say about her husband's curse, she refused to acknowledge it as a curse and advised Mmebusem to change his ways.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported how Mmebusem, in a recent interview, registered his complaints against Salinko's treatment of him.
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