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Sister Derby drops song to support LGBTQ rights as she intensifies fight – Video

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Sister Derby drops song to support LGBTQ rights as she intensifies fight - Video
Sister Derby

Ghanaian musical artist, Sister Derby has intensified the fight of LGBTQ after dropping a song to support the ungodly act.

Sister Derby and her brother Wanlov have been advocating for the rights of LGBTQ after Ghanaians stood to condemn the act.

She has released a new song which is titled Supe Super purposely to promote the rights of LGBTQ.

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Lyrics of the song talk about extending help to gays and showing them massive love.

 

The song also talks about the perception that lesbians and gays are at every home and compound.

The issue which recently trended and created controversies on the Ghanaian internet has been brought to light again by Sam George and other Parliamentarians who want the act to be criminalized.

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Watch the video below…

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