For the 42 homosexuals, some Nigerian celebrities think the anti-gay law shouldn’t be

Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga’s opinion about the anti-gay law in Nigeria is rather different from what some other norm-extremists would agree with.

The rapper took to Twitter on Monday saying, “My thinking.. I was born straight.. I would never want to be punished for who I am…”, adding that he wouldn’t punish someone else with a different sexual orientation than what society teaches, adding that cheating and adultery are wrong but not criminalized.

He was referring to an incident where a driver allegedly sexually assaulted a lady after she told him she’s a lesbian.

Read his tweets below:

At least, now we understand that some people don’t share the same ideas with those that say our ’42 brothers’ or any other supposedly anti-social citizen must be sent to a prison where it has been learnt that ‘it only gets worse’.

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