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MI Abaga S-Dot reacts to rapper's stand on anti-gay laws

The TV personality and rapper is calling out M.I to not appear supporting homosexuality as it is a sin.

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MI Abaga has been cautioned by a fellow rapper S-Dot on the matter of his voicing against anti-gay laws in Nigeria.

play S-Dot will not be having anyone pushing against anti-gay laws regardless (Instagram/sdotiam)


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M.I feels with this law now in place, the homosexuals should not openly come out with their sexual orientation.

MI defends his opinion in reply to  a Twitter follower who faulted him by stating that adultery and cheating are wrong but they are not criminalized.

“My thinking.. I was born straight.. I wd never want 2b punished 4 who I am.. because of this.. I wouldn’t punish som1 else for who they are.

Cheating and adultery are wrong.. but they are not criminalized.. and no form of consensual adult expression of love should be.. my opinion."

S-Dot however thinks otherwise, though not touching on the part where MI spoke on adultery and cheating not being criminalized,  went straightforward to say - "Homosexuality is a sin, it is clearly stated in the bible."







Meanwhile, M.I Abaga has appealed to fans to to be patient for the release of his next project.

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