Mmebusem: Local Jesus reveals powerful secret of why Akrobeto has a big nose in trending video

Mmebusem: Local Jesus reveals powerful secret of why Akrobeto has a big nose in trending video

In a funny twist of a video that has gained traction online, Ghanaian Kumawood actor Mmebusem, famed as Local Jesus has ‘clashed’ with Akrobeto, the host of Real News over the latter's big nose.

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Comedy news presenter, Akrobeto jokingly sought to find out from Local Jesus who was featured on his show about why he was created with a big nose.

Akrobeto quizzed: ''You know what is good for me, why did you make my nose big?''

Prior to this interview, it was no news in the Ghanaian acting scene that Akrobeto’s nose had often been referenced for jovial insults.

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Indeed, a major part of Akrobeto’s brand is his big nose which has earned him the popular accolade ‘who nose tomorrow’.

Well, Local Jesus rightly explained that upon the return of our Lord Jesus Christ, Akrobeto’s nose will be used as a trumpet to announce his triumphant coming.

A funny skit of the interview has gained quite some attention on social media.

Watch the video below:

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Host of the show, Wendy Williams, introduce McCoy as a ''Queen of Ghana'' but was quickly interjected by the actress who claimed she is ''Queen Mother of Ghana''.

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