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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Rappers MI Abaga and S-Dot disagree over anti-gay law in Nigeria

Ace rapper M.I Abaga has in an interview with “Middle Ground” spoken against the “Jail the Gays” law in Nigeria.

The rapper was speaking about the Taxify incident where a driver sexually assaulted a lady after she told him she’s a lesbian.

The rapper said while he has friends with different sexual orientations, he thinks with the law in place, it’s not safe for them to disclose their sexuality.

He went on to say it’s stupid we have that law in the country, but while we do, it is not safe for people of different sexual orientations to say it to someone.

A Twitter user called out the rapper, saying he disagreed with him, and M.I clarified his standpoint.

He tweeted..


Listen to the full Middle Ground interview below:



However, fellow rapper and TV personality, S-Dot took to twitter to disagree with MI, saying, 'Dear popular person I believe to be a Christian, be careful about voicing an opinion against The Word. It's better u r quiet instead. Homosexuality IS a sin. D bible clearly says so'.

His tweets below.







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