General Butt Naked - in Popular Culture

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In the United States, Pastor Robert Letner Jr. has begun spreading Blahyi's message of redemption and forgiveness. This has resulted in the flourishing ministry of the Trilateral Church of the South.

General Butt Naked's current life as an evangelist was a significant focus of Vice magazine's documentary The Vice Guide to Liberia.

Matt Stone and Trey Parker based a character in their hit musical "The Book of Mormon" on General Butt Naked.

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