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Sister Derby releases ‘Supe Supe’ song to support LGBT rights (Video)

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Sister Deborah is not backing down in her fight for the rights of LGBT people in Ghana. She has just released a song titled ‘Supe Supe’ to promote LGBT rights in Ghana.

The song basically preaches love for LGBT people. Derby in the song claims gays, lesbians and all those people who fall under LGBT are in everyone’s home.

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She called for people to show unconditional love to LGBT people in Ghana and avoid what she calls reckless hate towards them.

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Ever since some members of parliament started the war against LGBT and have since prepared a bill before the parliament of Ghana to punish LGBT, it has become of the most population issues in the media.

Hon. Sam George, who is one of the bill sponsors, has been on a warpath with many celebrities, including Sister Derby.

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They recently exchange words on Twitter where Sam George even used Sister Derby’s past relationship with musician Medikal to mock her

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