- Creators of controversial Netflix film have been attacked
- The building of the film creators were attacked with two petrol bombs
- According to report, the attack endangered many innocent lives
Creators of the Netflix gay Jesus film 'The First Temptation of Christ' have been attacked with with two petrol bombs in Brazil.
The Rio de Janeiro H.Q. of Porta dos Fundos was hit by a Molotov cocktail attack in the early hours of Tuesday December 24.
According to NBCNews, the two petrol bombs thrown at the building causing a fire.
The fire was however put out by one of the office's security guards.
The attack endangered several innocent lives in the company and on the street," Porta dos Fundos said in a press statement.
However, nobody died or got injured as a result of the attack.
The attack came three weeks after Netflix released the movie on December 3.
The petrol bomb attack also comes after a petition calling on authorities to ban.
Recall that Legit.ng reported that popular Nigerian gay man and activists Bisi Alimi shared his piece of mind about a controversial movie.
According to the LGBT rights activist, the movie 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.
Legit.ng had also 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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