Abena Korkor has shaken Ghana again but this time, it has nothing to do with the famous people who may or may not have slept with her.
This time, Korkor has outed herself as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Abena Korkor has joined the fight against the oppression of the LGBT community in Ghana and she’s standing firmly with them.
On her Instagram page, Korkor has shared a petition calling for the Ghanaian Parliament to reject the homophobic anti-LGBT bill introduced by Sam George and his cronies.
The bill from the MPs seeks to criminalise LGBT activities in Ghana.
Not only that, but the extremely nauseating bill also says that anyone who says a positive word about the LGBT or supports them in any way faces time in jail.
A resistance has sprung up about the bill and Abena Korkor has joined it.
Sharing a change.org petition aimed at getting Parliament to reject the bill, she captioned it: “#lgbtq lives matter.”
In a second post, Korkor shared a music video by Sister Derby, Wanlov the Kubolor and others supporting the LGBT fight.
She captioned that one: “I know a lot of people personally who are born this way. You never know I might be one. There are amazing people who deserve every right to live in peace so they can contribute productively to society. #lgbtqlivesmatter,”
Korkor coming out as possibly a member of the LGBT community might just be the shock of the year so far.
Just as a heteros*xual female look at the wahala we are facing, with her routinely dropping names of big men who have slept with her.
Can we stay in this country if Korkor turns out to be a lesbian too and drops names of female celebs who have tasted her sweet, sweet, honey pot?
That would be the start of World War II itself!