Bobrisky, a Nigerian crossdresser, has spoken out about the mass arrest of accused homosexuals at a gay wedding in Delta State.
According to Kemi Filani, the Delta State Police Command announced the arrest of over 100 LGBT suspects at a gay wedding ceremony at a hotel in the state.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan issued an anti-gay law that stipulated a 14-year prison term for anyone guilty of having intercourse with members of the same sex.
The Nigerian government put the law to test for the first time in December 2019 when 47 men arrested by the police in a hotel in Lagos the previous year were arraigned in court, accused of publicly displaying affection for members of the same sex. Now, another 100 men were arrested and paraded for holding a gay wedding.
Touching on it, Bobrisky rejoiced over the news as he noted how the law forbids homosexual relationships.
He questioned why the lovebirds didn’t relocate to another country, knowing fully well that Nigeria is against homosexual affairs.
Describing the news as the best news this week, he stated that they got what they deserved.
“Hey, guys!!! I want to quickly address those set of guys who were arrested in Delta. You see dis class is not actually meant for everyone. But I strongly believe you can learn from those Alist. Firstly, there’s a law passed against you guys that you can’t marry urself in dis country. Why d hell do you all call urself together to organize a wedding? That’s d best news have read dis week. You all deserve how you all were treated sad truth. If you feel you are in love with ur partner and you want to be together, why not relocate to where you are welcome?”.