Bisi Alimi rates Netflix 'gay Jesus' movie high amidst heavy backlash
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Bisi Alimi rates Netflix 'gay Jesus' movie high amidst heavy backlash

- Nigerian gay man and activist Bisi Alimi has reacted to the controversial ‘gay Jesus’ movie on Netflix

- According to him, the movie is simply hilarious and people should watch it

- Alimi also rated the movie 10/5

Popular Nigerian gay man and activists Bisi Alimi has shared his piece of mind about a controversial movie, which was recently released on movie streaming app, Netflix.

According to the LGBT rights activist, the movie titled 'The First Temptation of Christ’ is a must-watch for everybody.

He pointed out that he does not get the outrage from Nigerians, considering that the movie is in Portuguese.

Alimi went on to stress how hilarious the film is, and how God was presented as a character.

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"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," his post read in part.

On a final note, Alimi rated the movie 10/5 and further emphasized the need for everyone to watch it. See post below:

Bisi Alimi rates 'Netflix gay movie hight amidst heavy backlash

As shared on Facebook by Bisi Alimi. Photo: Bisi Alimi
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian author Reno Omokri and cleric Apostle Suleman called for the immediate boycott of Netflix. According to both individuals, the release of the movie is a disrespect to Christianity and those practising the religion.

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