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WATCH:Nigerian gay activist slams Bobrisky

26 September 2016, 16:05

Lagos - Nigerian gay activist, Bisi Alimi  has slammed  Nigerian male barbie, Bobrisky, for supporting Nigeria's anti-gay law during his recent interview with Adesuwa Onyenokwe. 

Bisi shared a video where he said it is a big shame for Bobrisky to have voiced out such hateful comment on LGBT people in Nigeria. 

Also read:WATCH: Bobrisky ‘s ‘bae’ is a married man, but he is not gay!

"A friend brought my attention to an interview @bobrisky222 granted Adesuwa. In the interview, he was asked if he is gay, he said no and with no prompting said he supports the anti-same sex prohibition law 2013. Dear Bobrisky, I have a message for you. I will be very happy to educate you for free on how your bigoted, hateful comments are putting #LGBT people lives at risk. I will also like to let you know, how making money by making fun of what other people are dying from is no fucking joke. “ he said.

Yes, I will give you and your likes a crash course on decency, human dignity and respect as I can see you lack the fundamentals that makes someone a responsible human being. I will be here if you need me, have a nice day". He added.


- News24


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