VIDEO: Sister Derby Drops New Song To Support LGBTQ Right As She Intensifies Fight
Famous Ghanaian songstress, Deborah Vannesa, popularly known as Sister Derby has increased her battle about the privileges of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer (LGBTQ+) people.
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Sister Derby has clahsed with a many individuals including the Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram over the bill put before Parliament to condemn LGBTQ. The singer has been advocating for the right of LGBTQ The song by Sister Derby which was released today is titled “Supe Super” has the aim of advancing LGBTQ rights. The song talks about extending a hand to gays and lesbians and also showing them love.
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She additionally exposed the insight that there are lesbians and gays in everybody’s home thus they merit love. The issue has been moving via social media for a couple of days as many celebrities have jumped on the train of discussion to denounce the bill put before the parliament to condemn the act of homosexuality and furthermore the advancement of the demonstration.
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Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency Sam Dzata George has committed his chance to battle a few group who are requiring the sanctioning of the act on the internet. He fought with Sister Derby, Wanlove Kubolor, Lydia Forson, Kwadown Sheldon, and also the UK Legislator.
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