News and stories about the LGBTQ community here in Ghana ended some time ago, as Ghana decided to not accept their free existence in the country. Popular celebs took their stands whether to support the group or to be against them. One of those that supports them is Efia odo @efiaodo.
She made her reasons very clear after what looks like a fight somehow sparked between her and Rashad McCrorey. This incident occurred on Instagram after @pulseghana posted pictures of american artiste, Lil Nas X from the Met Gala #metgala event.
Rashad asked Efia Odo whether she was showing love to a gay rapper, which was somehow very offensive. Efia Odo replied that we should show love to our fellow humans no matter their sexuality, but it seems Ghanaians who are against the LGBTQ community will do otherwise.
The online fight went on and on drawing much attention to the extent that even other citizens came in to also join. Some backed Efia Odo's stands while others threw big blows at her for supporting them.
See screenshots from the fight below.
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