Rapper, S.Dot calls out M.I for being against the Anti-Gay law
By Patricia Uyeh,
Hours ago, Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga, popularly called M.I took to Twitter to give his take on sexuality and the Gay law in Nigeria. He was totally against the anti-gay law labelling it as ‘stupid’.
M.I said while he has friends with different sexual orientations, he thinks with the law in place, it’s inappropriate for them to reveal their sexuality.
Now, another rapper and TV personality, S-Dot, has called out M.I for his stance on the Anti-gay law.
According to S.Dot, homosexuality is a sin and it’s clearly stated in the Bible. He said that M.I should be careful about voicing an opinion against the Holy Book saying:
“1. Homosexuality IS a sin. The bible clearly says so. The reason it’s such a big issue is because a number of them say it is NOT.
“2. A lot of them justify it by saying its the way they were born and they should be accepted for it. News flash, everyone is born a sinner.
“3. The attempted justification of being born “that way” doesn’t make it right.
“4. Don’t get it twisted though. God loves everyone, straight, gay or bi-. But its foolhardy to think he loves/tolerates homosexuality.
“5. Like you, God can be patient, long-suffering even, but He’s NOT going to tolerate a direct assault on His word (forever)
“6. If you like paint your thoughts/opinions in political correctness or an all-inclusive philosophy, it doesn’t rob truth of its veracity.
“7. Dear popular person I believe to be a Christian, be careful about voicing an opinion against The Word. It’s better you’re quiet instead.”
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