Popular and talented Kenyan musician Daddy Owen reveals his say on the ongoing war against LGBTQ community.
As we all are aware, Kenya and Africa at large are currently fighting the eljibitiq nonsense. Though they are some countries who seems to have already accepted the thing.
It seems also the high court of Kenya is also accepting the blabla forcing netizens to start a motion on Twitter rejecting the thing.
Some celebrities like Dj Mo have also come out to say no to the community. Latest socialite who have come out is Daddy Owen who says that they rainbow group is evil and shouldn't be tolerated.
He even shared how Instagram deleted some of his posts mainly because he attacked them. This is what he wrote.
"Guys. I May end up losing my Instagram account, and thats fine. I never knew one day we will get to this, infact ths is a confirmation I am fighting against forces of evil. The Bible says we put on the full armour of GOD, I am ready! Gutsy and Valiant."
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