Social media is simultaneously the place to go for the most interesting and the most ignorant opinions, which is what makes it the best place to go if you want to laugh a little.
It’s also the perfect place to call out hypocrites which is almost 100% of the people on there.
Gbee Naabu’s music made a mark at the recently held and widely reported on gay party which took place in Accra and has since been getting people talking all over.
At the party, as members of Ghana’s much maligned LGBT community wiggled their behinds to music, one song which stole the show was Shatta’s ‘Gringo’.
Well, it looks like not only us filthy atheists and gays are going to fill up hell. According to this evangelist, about 95% of women in Ghana are definitely going to end up there as well.
And don’t think you are safe, my fellow men, this amazing evangelist claims wearing wedding rings is also a sin which can land one in hell.
Instagram sensation and actress, Moesha Bodoung says she finds nothing wrong with lesbians and gays because it is God’s will for them to be like that.
She says she has a lot of proposals on her plate but she always declined and has never been a lesbian—adding that she even has a close friend who is so lesbian.
A gay couple in Indonesia were caned 83 times in public after being caught having s*x.
The incident occurred in the province of Aceh, which lives under the dictates of Islamic Sharia.
A 28 year old man and his 18 year old ‘partner’ have been arrested by police in Accra for engaging in gay s*x.
The man and the 18 year old Senior High School student were caught in the act at a hotel in Kaneshie by a receptionist, who called the Kaneshie police to arrest the duo.
The issue of gay rights is one that inflames passions among Ghanaians to quite an insane level. Both religiously and culturally, Ghanaians have been conditioned to hate the homos*xual with every fibre of their being.
Some of that hate can be stripped away with education and enlightenment, but even for a lot of Ghanaians those two can never change their minds from the attitudes ingrained in them since childhood.