Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga also known as M.I says he does not see anything wrong being gay or lesbian
M.I may spark some controversy on social media and across the entertainment industry with his recent comments on homosexuals.
The Chocolate City boss has criticised the anti-gay rights law in Nigeria when he featured on a podcast show, Middle Ground, which was hosted by the trio of April Maey, Loose Kaynon, and Wendy Akomolafe-Kalu.
In a conversation that veered into lesbianism, gay rights, moral ethics and what not, MI could be heard talking at length about how everyone is entitled to their sexuality.
The rapper said: “It’s not my business what anybody does. And what I mean by that is it’s my privacy. Everybody has a right to their privacy.
“If you bring a tape of two men having sex then you can prove [they are gay]. But for the most part, how are you going to prove without fringing on someone’s right or privacy- going through their phone. It almost seems to me to be an unenforceable law.”