Ghanaian rapper, Pappy Kojo has taken over the beef between the singer, Sister Derby, and the member of parliament representing the Ningo Prampram constituency, Sam Dzata George following his stance on the legalization of the LGBTQ community.
Earlier, Sam George who has been vehemently been defending the private member bill that seeks to criminalize same-sex relationships in Ghana took to social media to express his undying gratitude for the support the movement has gained in the quest to abolish the practice in the country.
Sam George noted that homosexuality is not a human right but is based on preferences not absolute or regulated.
He wrote; I have been overwhelmed by the massive support even here on a very ‘liberal’ platform like Twitter for our Bill on the LGBTQI+ menace. Homosexuality is NOT a human right. It is a sexual preference. Preferences are not absolute or unregulated. We SHALL pass this Bill through.
Sam George also noted that he feels the attack against his plea to criminalize same-sex relationships might be politically inclined but that wouldn’t stop the bill from being passed.
I have seen the attacks from a few goons aligned to a political inclination based on my leadership on the PMB against LGBTQI+ in Ghana. Bow your heads in shame. Nothing would stand in our way to get this Bill passed by the House. Take your perversion and let me speak my truth! he said.
Sister Derby who has been an advocate for the legalization of the practice jabbed the Honorable Minister for being so obsessed with other people’s sexual orientation.
In reaction to her attack, Sam George gave a savage response to the singer by saying;
He wrote; Hopefully, when you figure out what genre of music you can succeed at, we can have a forward looking conversation. Until then, say hi to @AmgMedikal for me. Cheers.
Well, Pappy Kojo who sparked controversy on social media after making a shocking revelation that he is gay and even interested in John Dumelo took over the beef from Sister Derby as he describes Sam George as a village for his savage response to Sister Derby.
See the screenshot below: