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‘The Fact That I Have Curly Hair Doesn’t Mean I’m Gay”-Gospel Singer, Great Ampong Reveals [Video]

Veteran Ghanaian Gospel singer, Great Ampong has expressed his thought about the legalization of LGBTQ in Ghana and the implications the country will face should our leaders legalize the practice in the country.

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The Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders, Queers, and Intersexed{LGBTQi) the community is seeking the legalization of their practice within the country without any stigmatization from any external force. However, the Anti-LGBTQ bill led by Hon. Sam Nartey George aims at criminalizing the practice within the country.

Speaking in an interview on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana on Ekwansodwodwo, Great Ampong revealed that God frowns on homosexuality and as such, the leaders must do anything within their power to abolish the practice in the country.

Speaking about his appearance especially his curly hair, Great Ampong debunked claims of being gay after he was asked why he chose to have a curly hair since gays are mostly the ones found with those kind of hairstyle.

Great Ampong claims that he had his curly from infancy and as he grew up, he decided to make more presentable by applying creams but he will not mention the name of the cream because they have not contracted him advertisement.

Meanwhile, the anti-gay Bill public hearing, which began a few days ago under the supervision of Parliament’s Constitutional, Legal, and Parliamentary Affairs Committee, has been temporarily halted.

Watch the video below:

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