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Gay Jesus: Apostle Suleman Launches Campaign Against Netflix

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A campaign against movie streaming platform Netflix has been launched in Nigeria by the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, Apostle Johnson Suleman.

This follows a 46 minutes comic production on Jesus which was titled ‘The First Temptation of Christ’.

Calling for a boycott of Netflix over the comedy, Apostle Suleman said it was an insult to Christians.

‘The First Temptation of Christ’ which debuted in Brazil on December 3, has sparked off global reactions and criticisms against the streaming platform.

The man of God threatened to mobilize Christians worldwide against the global movie streaming service over the movie which portrayed Jesus as gay and his mother Mary as a weed smoker.

Delete your Netflix app, movie which portrayed Jesus as gay is an insult to Christianity - Apostle Suleman

 

The Nigerian Pastor tweeted:

 “Delete Netflix app on your system. Unfollow them if you are a true Christian. The movie ‘gay jesus’ is an insult to christianity and abuse to our sensibilities. We stand to condemn it and all it stands for. Mad people.

“We have 2.5 billion Christians on earth, if Netflix goes ahead with this rubbish, we should boycott them. That movie is evil, its not right and it will not stand.

“The glory of present day cinema is Netflix but since they have decided to blaspheme, its crash is inevitable. You want to do a film ‘gay jesus’? It’s the beginning of your end. We are not cowards cause we are tolerant”

Delete your Netflix app, movie which portrayed Jesus as gay is an insult to Christianity - Apostle Suleman

 

About 1.5 million people in Brazil have already signed a petition asking Netflix to axe the 46 minute movie.

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