- A church in central Mexico has erected a statue of baby Jesus
- The statue which is being tagged as the 'world's biggest baby Jesus' is said to measure 6.58 meters (21.6 feet) tall, weighing in at almost a tonne
- The statue which has gained popularity on social media has some netizens saying it looks like an 80s version of Phil Collins, while others claimed that it looked more like Nicolas Cage
A baby Jesus statue has been erected in the La Epifania del Senor church in Zoquite in Guadalupe in the state of Zacatecas in central Mexico. It was gathered that the statue measures 6.58 meters (21.6 feet) tall and weighs in at almost a tonne. It has also been tagged 'world's biggest baby Jesus'
However, the name is not the only weird thing about the statue, it is also being debated on social media that it shares a striking resemblance with 80s version of Phil Collins, while others claimed that it looked more like Nicolas Cage.
According to the Daily Mail, the statue was built in the city of Chimalhuacan in nearby Mexico state and travelled for 12 hours to the church where it is now erected. It was gathered that the image is made of six and a half meters of fiberglass, resin, automotive paste and automotive paint.
A social media user identified as Laura Martinez shared photos of the statue on her Twitter page and even carried out a poll asking people who the statue resembles more between; Nicolas Cage and Phil Collins.
See her post below:
Martinez also shared a photo of Collins and stated that the resemblance is uncanny.
Here are some reactions to the post below:
Meanwhile, rapper and 'born again' Kanye West recently visited Joel Osteen's church and declared that Jesus has won the victory.
The Lakewood Church hosts more than 50,000 attendees every week. During his visit, West had the congregation applauding as he declared that he is now 'working for God'.
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