Musician and LGBTQ+ activist, Sister Derby, and Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George, have been exchanging words on twitter following the latter’s championing of a bill that seeks to criminalise LGBTQ+ activities in Ghana.
The bill, since Friday, has got social media talking with some Ghanaians in support while others disagree.
In a tweet, Mr George expressed contentment with the bill noting that he’s happy with the support it has received so far.
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According to him, homosexuality is not a human right thing and cannot be entertained in Ghana.
However, Sister Derby, who is an LGBTQ advocate, tweeted back, calling the legislator a backward thinker.
In a clap back, Mr George wrote: “Hopefully, when you figure out what genre of music you can succeed at, we can have a forward looking conversation. Until then, say hi to @AmgMedikal for me. Cheers,.”
Hopefully, when you figure out what genre of music you can succeed at, we can have a forward looking conversation. Until then, say hi to @AmgMedikal for me. Cheers.🦁— Sam ‘Dzata’ George (@samgeorgegh) July 23, 2021