VIDEO: “A Guy Sent Me His C*** In My DM” Ghanaian Actor Finally Explains Why He Attacked Homosexuals On Social Media

by Nana Tamakloe
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Prince David Osei recently went viral for textually attacking homosexuality. His rants were so vivid he event went into detail about the physical acts of homosexuality. See the article below if you haven’t read it yet….




“Even Satan Was Not Gay” – Ghanaian Actor Prince David Osei Unleashed Fury On Lesbians & Gays

Unlike most, he didn’t return with an apology at anytime during or after his comments, he stood his grounds and by the follow up on his time line, one could tell some of his associates did not stick by his side after the comments.

A red carpet presenter finally caught up with him at the #WCAwards and gave him the opportunity to explain.

According to the actor, he woke up in the morning and had been sent a picture of male genitalia in his DM. We assume by a homosexual. Shortly after he went to his snap chat as saw some more male genitalia. Again, we assume he had had enough of male genitalia that day which prompted him to take to social media and express his thoughts on homosexuality

We live in a free society, if a man is tired of homosexuality and seeing c*** in his DM does he not have the right to voice it out? Your thoughts.

PS: And guys, gay or straight, stop sending people images of your private parts without their request.



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