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My Parents Did Not Support My Ghana Jesus Skits – Mmebusem

Ghlagatin 4 weeks ago 0

Actor and skit maker, Mmebusem, popularly known as ‘Ghana Jesus’, has said the reason behind his decision to halt the production of his viral social media videos portraying himself as Christ was that his parents were not in support.

In an interview with One Ghana TV on YouTube, Mmebusem revealed that the lack of support from his parents played a significant role in his decision to cease his Jesus skits.

He explained that his parents did not approve of his comedic portrayal of Jesus Christ and urged him to explore other avenues for income.

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“My parents weren’t supportive of my viral social media videos, pressuring me to seek alternative means of livelihood,” Mmebusem disclosed.“They were deeply concerned about the criticism I received for supposedly mocking Jesus Christ in my skits.

”Despite the disapproval from his parents and the subsequent pause in his Jesus-themed skits, Mmebusem emphasized that his faith remains unwavering.

He expressed his continued dedication to spreading the message of Christ and winning more souls for the faith.

Actor and skit maker, Mmebusem, who is famously known as ‘Ghana Jesus’, recently shared the reason for his decision to stop creating his viral social media videos where he portrayed himself as Jesus Christ. In an interview with One Ghana TV on YouTube, Mmebusem disclosed that his parents were not supportive of his Jesus skits, which ultimately influenced his choice to halt production. He mentioned that his parents were worried about the criticism he received for what some perceived as mockery of Jesus Christ in his comedic videos. As a result, they urged him to find other sources of income.

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Despite the lack of support from his parents and the temporary pause in his Jesus-themed skits, Mmebusem assured that his faith remains strong. He reiterated his commitment to spreading the message of Christ and bringing more people to the faith. This decision highlights his dedication to his beliefs, even in the face of familial disapproval.

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Overall, Mmebusem’s decision to stop his Jesus skits was influenced by his parents’ concerns and their desire for him to pursue other avenues for livelihood. Despite this, he remains steadfast in his faith and continues to prioritize sharing the message of Christ with others.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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