Sarkodie’s new song ft Rudeboy was sponsored by the gay community?


Sarkodie has released the first song off his “Black Love” album. He calls this one “Lucky” and he featured Rudeboy formerly of PSquare fame.
But, even before the song hits mainstream, both Nigerians and Ghanaians have expressed their displeasure with the Artwork for the song.
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According to critics of the Artwork of “Lucky”, Sarkodie and Rudeboy is being sponsored by the Gay community to propagate their LGBT agender through their works.
The Ghanaian rapper used the two males in bed to preach love in the artwork and his followers, as well as Peter’s (Rudeboy) followers who are anti-gay, are not taking it kindly at all
The Artwork for “Lucky”
Rudeboy after the initial backlash deleted the artwork he tweeted this morning but he retweeted for reasons best known to him.
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None of the A-List artists have come out boldly to comment on the allegations spreading on social media like wildfire. will keep you updated.
Some reactions on social media
In recent times, the advocates of the LGBT community have increased all over the world. They are asking for rights to be in a relationship of their choice as their human rights.
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But most African countries have resisted their request. Nigeria and Ghana are known to be one of the countries in the world who fiercely resist LGT rights.
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