Welcome To Ghana's No.1 Entertainment Hub
GhGossip

Hypocrites Bonking Their Wives’ Anuses Are Fighting Against LGBTQ – Afia Pokuaa Slams Critics

Ace radio and television personality Afia Pokuaa also known as Vim Lady has slammed most Ghanaians criticizing and kicking against the practice of LGBTQ. She has described them as hypocrites.

The debate about the acceptance and revocation of the practice of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals (LGBTQI) has been the major topic of discussion on almost all media platforms. Many Ghanaians have called on the lawmakers of the country to reject the bill and pass the anti-LGBTQ.

READ ALSO: T.T Used The Money Prophet Badu Kobi Gave Him To Better His Food – Veteran Actress Adds More Fire

According to the radio presenter, most men in Ghana are now engaging their wives in the same act they are fighting against. She explained that most of these men sleep with their wives from their backs while some go around sleeping with young girls in town.

Afia chastized men who sleep with their wives behind their backs but come out to criticize people involved in lesbianism or gayism. She added that these people claim the practice of LGBTQI is morally not upright but practice what they criticize.

“Some men are in their homes and fighting for LGBTQI+ and its related activities to be criminalized because they believe it’s not morally right. Meanwhile, these same people are sleeping with their wives from their backs.”

READ ALSO: Marriage Isn’t Bought In Shops, Stop Pressuring Women To Marry – MzVee

“Just this week lady came here and said she has three children and that her husband said her vagina is no tighter so he wants to sleep with her through the anus. This same man is against LGBTQ, is this not hypocrisy?”

To her, it’s about time people who sin differently stop judging others because of the kind of sin they are involved in.

Thank you for reading!

Source: CelebritiesbuzzGh | Hypocrites Bonking Their Wives’ Anuses Are Fighting Against LGBTQ – Afia Pokuaa Slams Critics