Ghanaian musician calls Jesus ‘a dead god’, rants about Nigeria’s anti-gay law (Viewer Discretion)

by Oke Efagene



A few Nigerian celebrities have spoken against the new anti-gay law in Nigeria, which some have viewed as ‘unnecessary’ and ‘irrelevant’.

Now a Ghanaian singer, who goes by the name Wanlov, has added his voice to the outcry but in an unusual manner.

The dreadlock sporting artiste has shared some rather blasphemous posts on his Twitter and Facebook handles, calling Jesus ‘a dead god’ as well as insinuating that He is gay.






He took his rants further by insulting President Goodluck Jonathan, and has also said he will not step foot in Nigeria again until the law changes.




Below are some of his tweets:



Comments (5)

  1. my lord Jesus Christ is not a dead GOD . he died and resurrected . it seems to me that you have never visited isreal or read your bible . please stop the blasphemy

  2. hahahahahahahaaaaa!
    ghanian! not coming to naija again? tank god. who givs a shit? hahahahahaaa. as for d blasphemy, let god b d judge.

  3. John Lennon when he was alive used the mouth he uses in eating yam and cocoyam to say that the beatles have become popular than Jesus, the beatles began to scatter and after a while he died violently. I love God, He might be merciful but He is also a consuming fire. Since this gay bill was signed into law, all sorts of crazy people even celebrities whose careers have packed up are suddenly awake and saying all kinds of words and even have the temerity to abuse God. I hope they know what they are doing. God may be merciful but He is also A CONSUMING FIRE.

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