DJ Iyce, a renowned Ghanaian lesbian based in the United Kingdom, has separated from her partner because of abuse. DJ used to work for Happy FM before leaving Ghana. She made it clear that she had issues with her sexuality and this called for dismissal by her boss since Ghana frowned on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer(LGBTQ).
This is because it is against the Ghanaian Culture and the society does not accept that idea since they feel it is a wrong act and violates the word of God. According to the report, DJ has moved from her partner's house and has no intention of coming back to Ghana since she has been exposed as a lesbian. This puts her life in great danger.
Though DJ had plans to tie the knot with her partner in October, she asserted that she is not ready to come back to Ghana since she has been exposed as a lesbian and this puts her life at risk. Currently, she has sought the United Kingdom government to protect her from all forms of abuse.
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