- A worshipper has taken his view of God's dislike for same-gender relationship to a new level
- The singer was seen expressing his view while worshipping God in a live radio session
- This comes after the widespread debate which is still ongoing in Ghana about the LGBTQI+ community
Popular Ghanaian worshipper and singer, Bro Fire, has dropped new lines in a live worship session about the ongoing LGBTQI+ debate which has gained national attention.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instargam, Bro Fire who was leading a live radio worship session and was being assisted by Oracle, composed a song about God's view about the LGBTQI+ society.
While leading the spirit-filled moment of worship, Bro Fire, as if he was being led by a spirit, started singing in local language Twi and claimed God did not condone same-gender relationships.
He stressed this for a number of seconds as he continued expressing what he claimed to be the mind of God concerning the national debate.
Oracle who was not in the shot, was heard in the background giving backing vocals in approval of Bro Fire's opinion on the subject matter.
The duo appeared to be very serious about their stance as they did not finch or even give off any form of laughter despite how funny their 'newly-composed lyrics' sounded.
The issue of the legalization of LGBTQI+ activities in Ghana has taken center stage in many discussions across all social media platforms.
Speaking about same-gender escapades, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that social media content creator, Nana Made In China, has revealed in an interview that he has locked lips with a fellow man before during a game they were made to play.
While speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Nana Made In China revealed that he was playing a game of 'truth and dare' with a group of people.
The one who spun the bottle asked the comedian to share a kiss with a fellow man which he gladly did.
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