In an interview, the former Real Househelps of Kawangware actor said he had decided to go out and raise awareness.
"As Dennis Carrari says, don't judge people by who they like. That doesn't mean I'm a bad person. I don't steal or kill anyone." People say LGBT people are bad. Why do you care about my life? Let's just accept homosexuals. "Love is love," said Negambi.
The actor has spoken out in defense of LGBT rights in the face of severe criticism in African society. "I think again. I believe that love is love and it enables us to love anyone we want, regardless of gender."
In an in-depth interview on his YouTube channel, Njambi shared one of his past experiences and said that those around him knew him.
Here he showed off trolling on social media for saying he loves girls.
“These things are normal. Society kills a lot of people. "
Negambi is also aware of some of the challenges faced by members of the LGBT community at the family level.
Some of them have been isolated from their families, taken to prayer, or even driven from their homes. Africans find it bad to love someone of the same sex. It seems like a sin. said Negambi. These challenges extend to the workplace and jobs, he said.
She only told her past when she saw true love and not from men. He's not talking about his young father. He tells of one of his classmates who had an affair with him.
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