Warn Jesus against sending people to beg me - Gay rights activist Bisi Alimi says

Warn Jesus against sending people to beg me - Gay rights activist Bisi Alimi says

It is no news that same-gender relationships are considered a crime in Nigeria. However, this is born from the fact that it considered a grave sin in most religions.

With this in mind, not so many people are fans of the popular gay right activist and gay man, Bisi Alimi and as usual, these people take to social media to either attack him or to pray for him to leave his 'sinful' ways.

However, Bisi Alimi wasn't having any of it when a certain Instagram user, @neloiyke got in his comment section to advise him to give his life to Christ. His response however, has left many people in shock.

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He captioned a screenshot of his response: "Jesus should stop sending people to me begging me to come back to him, if he is man enough, he should ask for forgiveness and we can kiss and make up, and sis @neloiyke, go get a job.

In his response to the lady, he said quite a lot of things about Jesus Christ which would be considered as blasphemy in Christianity as he more or less referred to Christ as a fellow gay man whose disciples were his partners.

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Bisi Alimi who is married to his white husband, remains one of Nigeria's most controversial known people in today's society and this appears to have made him the enemy of many.

A while ago, Legit.ng reported the news of how Bisi Alimi went on a honeymoon trip with his husband. Reacting to the news, a young man identified as Temitope JohnSaw, wished Bisi and his husband were also part of the people that died in the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines's plane crash therefore implying he wished them death.

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