- A group of people have stormed the premises of TV3 to register their displeasure about how the station brought gays on their show
- Over the weekend, TV3's ‘The Day Show’ which is hosted by Berla Mundi brought two gays and a transgender person onto the show
- But the mob dressed in red stormed the premises of TV3, demanding that they go off-air for discussing issues about LGBTQ
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Some angry youth over the weekend stormed the premises to TV3 to demand that the station ended a show which brought two 'gays' and one transgender onto one of their shows.
Over the weekend, TV3's ‘The Day Show’ which is hosted by Berla Mundi brought two gays and transgender persons onto the show to talk about issues facing the LGBTQ people in Ghana.
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But a mob, all dressed in red, made their way to the television station to demand answers for the motive behind the discussion.
Berla Mundi, in a pre-recorded video on her ‘The Day Show’, interviewed three members of the LBGTQ community.
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While the main show was ongoing on Saturday, the mob stormed TV3 to register their displeasure with the management of the station for giving ‘outcasts’ the opportunity to come on their show.
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In post sighted by YEN.com.gh, an employee of Media General posted a snippet of the show on her Twitter page saying "A group of people actually stormed to TV3 this afternoon to demand that we go off air because we spoke about issues facing transgendered people.”
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However reports say after the group left, TV3 issued an apology for airing the show about LGBTQ and the challenges they go through in Ghana.
YEN.com. gh earlier reported that Kumawood actress Vivian Jill Lawrence has mourned the death of popular actor Bernard Nyarko who was affectionately known as 'Bishop'.
Bishop Nyarko passed away at the Greater Accra Regional (Ridge) Hospital in Accra on Saturday, May 2, 2020.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Vivian Jill Lawrence said the entire movie industry will miss the legendary actor.
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