Mmebusem’s Supposed Mother In-Law Cries Asking For Forgiveness From Him – Video

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Days back, there was a video circulating on social media of a supposed mother in-law of Ghana Jesus Mmebusem.

In the video the woman identified as madam Sarah Abena Sarpomah was accusing Mmebusem for denying to have married her daughter who is a special child.

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Today, in an interview with Kofi Adoma on Kofi TV, the supposed mother in-law of Mmebusem said the whole video that circulated on social media was supposed to be a movie.

According to her, the director identified as Solo told her they were acting a movie which was the continuation of Mmebusem’s movie he did with the supposed wife some time ago.

She added that all that she said in the video were all part of the script given to her. She never knew there was any other hidden agenda.

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“I have never been to abroad and i’m an actress. The acting industry when a director calls you for a shoot, it’s all the directors idea you don’t add your view. I was called by my director who i know is called Solo to meet him at Nkawkaw for a shoot and when i got there he told me we were shooting a movie with the lady i claimed to be my daughter and her real mother. So he gave me the script which is what i said exactly in the video none of the words i said were mine,” she said.

Talking about the video which was viral didn’t look like acting but rather an interview,

She said: “when you are called to shoot a movie, that’s what you do so it didn’t cross my mind to ask him what exactly he was going to used it for. I didn’t see it as an interview but rather a movie.”

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She later cried and asked for forgiveness from Mmebusem because she knows what has happened has really caused him a lot.

watch video below;

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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