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I’M AN ALLY OF THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY, NOT A MEMBER – Sister Deborah Clarifies

Deborah Vanessa, often known as Sister Derby, is a prominent Ghanaian musician and LGBTQ activist who has recently revealed that she is not a lesbian despite having long supported the LGBTQ community.

Derby bemoaned how some Ghanaians have opposed lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender individuals while others have pushed for the prosecution of their activities in Ghana and other areas of the African continent in an interview with Sika Osei on Lynx TV.

“How is a queer person supposed to feel because that is how they were born…I am an ally not part of the community…my father who is a pastor hasn’t commented on me supporting the queer community. The only thing he commented on was ‘Uncle Obama’ and I said to him that if a 6-year-old listened to it, they wouldn’t think the way he is thinking…he is fine. My Dad is a cool person who understands,” she explained.

In addition, Derby clarified the myths around her sexual orientation by declaring that she has no feelings for the female gender.

According to the ‘Kakalika Love’ crooner, rumours of her sexuality heightened after she featured on ‘Wo Fie’ a song by Angel Maxine which advocated LGBTQ rights.

“Once you are not, you are not. The thing about being gay is not all about sex. People just brand it with sex, it is not like that…I admire women but don’t have feelings…I don’t have feelings for the same sex,” she hammered in the interview monitored by GhanaWeb.

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