Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-plus is a Ghanaian hiplife musician as well as a rapper. He is also a political activist. He is known for his controversial hit songs about political and social issues.
For sometime now, there has been pressure from the LGBT community requesting for their rights, A-plus has been of the public figures who has condemned their activities.
Today in his live video on his Instagram page, he said that, the government should stop arresting people who smoke weed because people have waste their lives in prison just for the reasons that they were in possession of a plant’s leaves.
He also said that, marriage should be between a man and a woman, so he does not support legalization of same sex marriage.
He also edged Ghanaians not waste their time on these homosexuals as well as abuse people who are perceived to be so. He also advised the president that, he should legalize weed for boys to smoke and be free, since weed was created by God.
What do you think of the comments from A-plus concerning these LGBT issues as well as the legalization of weed? Share your views with us in the comments section below.
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