Bobrisky, a crossdresser from Nigeria, has offered his opinion on the recent widespread detention of people in Delta State, Nigeria, who were reportedly involved in a same-sex wedding.
As reported by TSZ Naija, the Delta State Police Command disclosed that they had apprehended over 100 individuals participating in what was described as a gay wedding ceremony at a hotel in the state.
This event has drawn attention due to Nigeria’s anti-gay law, which prescribes a 14-year prison sentence for same-sex sexual activities.
Bobrisky, in his response to the news, expressed satisfaction with the arrests, citing the existing legal framework that criminalizes homosexual relationships in Nigeria.
He pondered why the individuals involved in the same-sex wedding did not consider relocating to a different country, considering the country’s stance on such matters.
With an apparent tone of approval, Bobrisky hailed the news as the “best news” of the week and remarked that the individuals involved in the event received what he perceived as a fitting consequence given the legal context.
According to him; 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?”.