King Of Accra Gets Into A Twitter Banter With Sister Derby About Her Choice Of Words In Her LGBT Post
Ace Ghanaian record producer Nii Kommetey Commey popularly known in showbiz as ‘King Of Accra’ couple of minutes ago got himself in a Twitter banter with Ghanaian female musician Sister Derby over the singer’s choice of words in her LGBT post.
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Sister Derby in one of her Twitter posts supporting the campaign to legalize LGBT in Ghana describe people who don’t support the group’s advocacy and has been criticizing them over their deeds but has been keeping mute on some social vices like ‘uncles rapping cousins’ as hypocrites.
Nii, reacting to the tweet of the singer stated although he is not in a position to tell the singer what to do, he would love to advise her over her choices of words in her tweet as she stand to remind rape victims of their experience and their tragedy.
The ‘African Mermaid’ then later came back to reply the record producer saying the ‘hypocrisy’ word she used was meant for those who protects rapists but yet against ‘same sex’ marriage.
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