- Popular Kumawood comic actor Mmebusem has got social media buzzing after releasing a new funny video
- The video which is based on the recent misunderstanding between preachers Obinim and Obofour has gone viral
- This is the first time Mmebusem has released his own concept after partying ways with his former crew and producer Salinko
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Ghanaian comic actor Mmebusem has bounced back with a new hilarious video concerning Obinim and Obofour.
In the video, Mmebusem who was dressed in his Jesus outfit quoted the Bible to answer a question on the current misunderstanding between Obinim and Obofour.
While walking with his disciples, a young boy runs to him, asking if it were appropriate for two pastors to engage in a misunderstanding.
He then quoted the Bible, saying, "it is good for the wise to love peace but bad for the fool who loves to fight."
The video seemed to have gone viral on social media, receiving lots of shares, comments and likes.
Many social media users showered accolades on Mmebusem and his new team for producing yet another hilarious video.
This is the first time the comic actor has released a video after his misunderstanding with Salinko.
It was reported that Salinko, who produces Mmebusem had taken away his Jesus outfit resulting from a misunderstanding.
Many had suggested that Mmebusem and Salinko should solve their differences and reunite but it seems that has been dashed out now.
The new video by Mmebusem depicts that the actor has moved on and consequently gotten another crew to help produce his concept.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Kuami Eugene after he told a lie about the cost of his sneaker.
In a video, Kuami Eugene claimed that he bought his Zara sneaker for GHC3,800 whereas fans claim the sneaker costs only GHC250.
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