- Comic actor Mmebusem has said he is no longer called Ghana Jesus
- He says he has been promoted to become the holy spirit now
- Some people are angry with his explanation in the video and have accused him of blasphemy
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Kumawood comic actor Mmebusem says he is no longer Ghana Jesus, but, rather the holy spirit.
He was speaking in an interview with radio host Abieku Santana in a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Explaining how he earned his new position, Mmebusem said he traveled to see the “father” and upon deliberations, the new position was conferred on him.
During their discussion, Abeiku made constant mistakes calling him Ghana Jesus. However, Mmebusem always corrected him insisting that he be called holy spirit.
This has angered so many people believed to be Christians, and they have criticised him.
Effah, for instance, said Mmebusem’s time will come for continuing to fool with Jesus Christ’s name, asking him to stop the blasphemy:
effahksakyi: “Continue fooling with JESUS CHRIST name, your time will come,,, stop the blasphemy!!!!”
Marking also called on Mmebusem to be cautious of what he is doing in other not to face the wrath of God:
bmarking03: “The black book says blasphemy against the son of man shall be forgiven but against the #holyghost shall not be forgiven nit even in the next world. Mmebusem must be cautious.”
Blogar also wrote that Mmebusem needs to be serious:
blogar_gh: “This guy needs to be serious, now u re holy spirit Asem ooooo.”
Sep says the actor does not know what he is doing to himself:
sep_myown29: “Really hmmmm u don't know what you are doing to yourself.”
Best of the best was so angry:
bestofthebest08: “God will curse you.”
Emmanuel also asked for God’s forgiveness for Mmebusem:
emmanuelaggrey048: “Really... You are the Holy spirit... eeeeiii... May God forgive you...”
Mmebusem trended massively in the news when he released comedy skits portraying to be Jesus Christ with his speech, especially.
Many people, including Joselyn Dumas, accused him of blasphemy and criticised him, but he said he would not stop entertaining Ghanaians.
He collaborated with the likes of Wendy Shay, Emelia Brobbey, and John Dumelo, as well as Medikal, and Joey B.
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