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Bisi Alimi Blasts Nigerians Condemning Netflix ‘Gay Jesus’ movie

Guess everybody is entitled to what he/she believes in, while others are against the Netflix film that portrayed Jesus as gay, others endorsed the movie for reasons known to them. 

Bisi Alimi Blasts Nigerians Condemning Netflix ‘Gay Jesus’ movie

Bisi Alimi a Nigerian gay rights activist, public speaker, blog writer and HIV/LGBT advocate has aired his opinion on the viral movie on Netflix which portrayed Jesus as a gay man.

The movie which was aired by Netflix has generated a lot of opposing reactions on social media and number of notable people especially religious leaders in the christian sphere.

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While reacting to the controversial movie, Bisi, the gay activist have thrown his weight behind the movie and shades those expressing annoyance about the movie.

He wrote:

Honestly, whatever you do, make sure you watch the film on Netflix. It is called “The first Temptation of Jesus. For the Nigerians making noise, the film is in Portuguese, so I doubt if you will understand it anyway.

Well back to the film; it is so funny that 2mins into it you will be crying with tears. Even God is a character. The conversation between Joseph and Mary and then God bringing them a gift is fucking hilarious. Oh and the three wise men, they need Nigerians to ply that bit. Gosh! You need to see this film! I am giving it 10/5

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Bisi Alimi Blasts Nigerians Condemning Netflix ‘Gay Jesus’ movie

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