It’s Madness To Make Any LGBTQ Offender Go To Jail – Ghanaian Rapper Kicks Against Bill


Ghanaian rapper, Pappy Kojo has made his stance clear on the proposed anti-LGBT+ Bill awaiting presidential assent.

During an episode of the “If More, Let’s Divide” podcast, he didn’t mince his words, sharply criticising the idea of imprisoning individuals based on their sexual orientation.

He stated, “I disagree because I feel like it’s a reach for someone to be in jail or prison for, like, three years just for being who they are. I think it’s mad. LGBT is just straight human rights. Putting people in jail for their sexual preference, for three to five years, is mad.”

Pappy Kojo also suggested that personal biases might be driving support for the Bill, singling out known proponent Sam George. He remarked, “I also think it’s just personal to Sam George. If you’re in power, you can pretty much do whatever you want. So I think that’s what he’s doing.”

Touching on broader implications, Pappy Kojo emphasized the need to shield children from exposure to intimate matters, regardless of sexual orientation. He stressed, “Intimate matters shouldn’t be exposed to kids. Whether heterosexual or homosexual, they shouldn’t be exposed to kids.”

Pappy Kojo’s outspoken comments contribute significantly to the ongoing debate surrounding the Bill and its potential impact on human rights in Ghana.