- Bisi Alimi has revealed he was once a homophobic pastor
- The openly gay man and gay rights activists revealed it was a failed suicide attempt that pushed him to love and accept himself
- He made this revelation after a feminist's old tweet supporting the superiority of men over women surfaced online
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Bisi Alimi has once again left social media users buzzing after he took to the platform to make an interesting revelation about his past and the line of work he was once in.
A feminist identified as Uloma recently got trolled after an old tweet of hers surfaced in which she supported the gender superiority of men over women.
Reacting to the troll, she recounted how Bisi dragged her for the said tweet. In his response, the openly gay man and gay rights activist revealed he was once a pastor and a homophobic one at that.
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"Will you believe if I tell you I used to be a very homophobic pastor back in the day. So I have been on that journey," he wrote.
On why he left his pastoral duties, he wrote: "Thanks to the people that never gave up me and walked the journey me. However, it was a failed suicide attempt at 17 that started my journey to self-love."
Only a while ago, he left some of his followers gushing after he took to his social media page with a cute photo. Alimi rocked an afro wig and was also seen wearing subtle makeup. He leaned into his partner as they both posed for the camera.
In the caption that accompanied the post, the gay man teasingly noted that some years ago he caught his partner cheating with a different version of himself.
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Just recently, Nigerian singer, Simi, took to social media to apologise to the LGBTQ community after making comments they found offensive and hateful.
Apparently, Simi who hosts a Youtube show called Stoopid Sessions had hinted at being homophobic after saying that “it just doesn’t seem natural to me.”
She also said: “They say they’re born that way, but I haven’t seen any biological proof.”
Well, she has apologised for her statements in a new post shared on Twitter. The Duduke crooner said that nobody deserves hate like the LGBTQ community is often given and that nobody deserves to live in fear like they do.
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