- A video showing the real face of Mmebusem without his Jesus attire has gone viral on social media
- Popularly known as the Ghana Jesus, Mmebusem was captured in the studios of Okay FM without his wig
- Short movies in which Mmebusem play the role of Jesus Christ has become popular among Ghanaians
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The real identity of Ghanaian comic actor, Mmebusem, popularly known as Ghana Jesus, has been captured in a new video.
In the video, the Ghana Jesus was seen talking to radio presenter Abeiku Santana in the studios of Okay FM.
Mmebusem who was being interviewed by Abeiku Santana was seen wearing normal white attire.
Surprisingly, the Ghana Jesus was not putting on the known outfit that made him portray the life of Jesus appropriately.
Mmebusem was also not wearing the artificial wig which many thoughts was similar to the hair of Jesus.
The red scarf that he ties around his neck when wearing the robe was also not seen on the Ghana Jesus.
This is the first time the comic actor was seen without his Jesus attire since going viral with the series 'Boys Abre.'
Out of the blue, funny excerpts of Mmebusem's comic scenes in the 'Boys Abre' series begun trending on social media.
One after the other, short videos of Mmebusem renaming towns that Jesus visited with present-day Ghanaian suburbs went viral.
However, a misunderstanding rose along the line with the producer of the 'Boys Abre' series, Salinko.
Mmebusem and Salinko were reported to have parted ways following the misunderstanding that ensued.
Even though he was said to have parted ways with Salinko, Mmebusem bounced back to release videos portraying himself as Jesus.
He is currently one of the most celebrated comic actors in Ghana now even though some Ghanaians are criticizing him, claiming that he is mocking Jesus Christ.
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