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Saturday, June 20, 2020

Paul O calls out Yul Edochie over his anti LGBTQ post

Popular Nigerian entertainment guru, Paul Okoye simply called Paul O has disagreed with Yul Edochie on a recent post the actor made about LGBT.

It all started when Yul Edochie took to his Instagram account and shared a page from today’s Bible teaching from Daily Manna 2020.

The page Yul shared from the Bible manual reads: “Today, the present world has overtaken Sodom and Gomorrah in immorality and wickedness, Man has degraded himself to the point of getting married to animals. The LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) community is ever increasing with new abominable sexual orientations every day. The world classifies all these under the caption of “human rights” and the need to accept others; diversity. This was exactly what happened in Judah at this time.”


5 comments:

  1. He is absolutely right.. But on second thought, has he ever imagined the emotional trauma theses people go through everyday. Someone being gay doesn't literally mean thats what he/she chooses, sometimes they see themselves as despicable beings, that how they are born, Every day they get depressed and traumatized but people wont understand unlike straight people that do things freely and don't even need to explain themselves to anybody... I guess we should leave this for the ALMIGHTY GOD, he has the final say.

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  2. He is absolutely right.. But on second thought, has he ever imagined the emotional trauma theses people go through everyday. Someone being gay doesn't literally mean thats what he/she chooses, sometimes they see themselves as despicable beings, that how they are born, Every day they get depressed and traumatized but people wont understand unlike straight people that do things freely and don't even need to explain themselves to anybody... I guess we should leave this for the ALMIGHTY GOD, he has the final say.

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  3. He is absolutely right.. But on second thought, has he ever imagined the emotional trauma theses people go through everyday. Someone being gay doesn't literally mean thats what he/she chooses, sometimes they see themselves as despicable beings, that how they are born, Every day they get depressed and traumatized but people wont understand unlike straight people that do things freely and don't even need to explain themselves to anybody... I guess we should leave this for the ALMIGHTY GOD, he has the final say.

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  4. He is absolutely right.. But on second thought, has he ever imagined the emotional trauma theses people go through everyday. Someone being gay doesn't literally mean thats what he/she chooses, sometimes they see themselves as despicable beings, that how they are born, Every day they get depressed and traumatized but people wont understand unlike straight people that do things freely and don't even need to explain themselves to anybody... I guess we should leave this for the ALMIGHTY GOD, he has the final say.

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    1. You are right my brother. It is more of a spiritual matter. Some of them can't help it.

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