Former Black Stars midfielder Michael Essien, has found himself in hot waters after he used his Instagram page to declare support for intentions of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, transgender society in Ghana.
Equality is indeed what every person wants in the society, but Ghana has been established as a country that shuns the practice of gays and lesbians. The ex Chelsea and Real Madrid midfield player took to his Instagram page and posted, "@michealessien, Ghana Support Equality".
This post did not go down well with the Ghanaians and some took to his comment to blast him for supporting the transgender. As at now, more than 500,000 fans on Instagram have unfollowed Micheal Essien due to his comment and remains to be on the trends list.
Micheal Essien has however, deleted the post after various comments.
Over 500,0000 fans on Instagram have unfollowed former Ghanaian midfielder, Micheal Essien, after declaring his support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, transgender society in Ghana.
Michael Essien who declared his support for the gays and lesbians on his Instagram page wrote, “@michealessien, Ghana Support Equality”.
The declaration generated a lot of hatred for him to lose over 500,000 fans after his post.
The footballer after several reactions from followers deleted the post.
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