Actress and producer, Bibi Bright has waded into the alarming rate at which homosexuality is grown in Ghana with a shocking revelation about the activities of some gays in the country.
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The actress took to her official Facebook page to lament the growing rate of homosexuality in the country. She attributed the growth in the number of gays to big men who influence young men with money and gifts.
Bibi Bright, according to her post on Facebook, went on to allege that some pubs in places like Osu, Adabraka and Labadi had been turned into hubs to promote homosexuality.
She added that young boys of Senior High School going age were lured by ‘big men’ with huge amounts of money and material gifts.
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Early on, she had recounted that she disliked gays due to their chosen ‘sexual orientation’. She further went on to lament the rate at which men had abandoned their roles and have left women to take care of all the responsibilities.
Bibi Bright also alleged that some male employers were now requesting for sexual favors from male applicants before giving them jobs.
Some excerpts of her post read, "Gone were the days that you will see a strong black man and be like damn that a real man there, today you see them and they turn out to be gay. Women are turning into fathers because the men stopped been responsible and father figures. It’s really sad how the ‘black king’ is now some other man’s sexual fantasy down in Osu, Adabraka, Labadi bent over with another man sticking inside him. What kills me is when you find out that there are high men in society who are using money and material gifts to lure in boys as young as SHS levels into their beds”.
She went on to admonish Ghanaians to wake up so as not to have the issue blow up in our faces. She also moved for men of God to talk and preach more about these things so as to curb their re-occurrence in the youth.
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