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There’s A Huge Growing Community Of LGBTQs In Nigeria – Charly Boy Alleges

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Nigerian singer, Charles Oputa, known in the showbiz industry as Charly Boy has alleged that homos3×[email protected] is on the rise in Nigeria.

Reacting to the media war that is currently going on between him and his l3sß[email protected] daughter, Dewy, the veteran singer revealed that he gave an opportunity to those who were LGBTQs but didn’t have anybody to speak to call him yesterday.


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In his narration, he received more than one thousand calls and he stayed on the phone for hours speaking to people who are associated with LGBTQ.

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He alleged also that, homos3×[email protected]!ty is everywhere including the seat of the central government. He therefore advised that people needed to show LGBTQ people more love.

Read his narration on Instagram below.

“Urgent Info for Parents.

“Hummm, ogaooo.
I swear Parenting is not an easy somethingoooo.
Na me and my Baby, Dewy dey trend these days.
Shey una see as my Princess dey tackle me

“My post a few days ago, about my daughters
right to her sexuality, opened my eyes and exposed me to
the Huge growing community of LGTBQ’s in Nigeria.
Ol boy, e shock me. I can’t lie.

“My People, as I wake yesterday I setup a hotline for young people who have challenges communicating with their parent/parents, who needed a listening ear. I was on the phone, from 9am till 11.45pm,
recorded over a thousand calls before I lost count. I had to shut down, my ears don full. I heard stories dat made me teary eyed, the emotional trauma the LGTBQs community is going through amongst the numerous wahala we face in dis country.

“Parents must understand that sometimes their child will probably not live the life they dreamed for them and this has nothing to do with being good parents or bad parents. Our influence and nurture for our kids it’s not more than 25%, 75% of their lives is under attack by external influences, social media, peer pressure, what they pickup in school, etc etc.


“We should sometimes allow our children to unfold but not without guidance and laying good values, morals, believe in self and always encouraging them to be their authentic self, as they grow.

“Our children have their own hang ups you must know., weather you feel they are childish, immature or fall short of your picture of them. They’ve struggles too and suffer from internal turmoil—don’t make them feel any worse. Imagine their internal struggle when these confusing feelings arise.


“Our society is filled with hypocrisy, lesbianism/homosexuality started way before social media, predominantly in the north. Now, it in our churches, Nollywood, House of assembly, even in Aso Rock, it’s everywhere my People, and we must educate ourselves to have a better understanding of this phenomenon.”

Source: AfricaCelebrities.Com

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