78% of American Gospel Artistes are gay – Sonnie Badu

Ghanaian pastor and gospel musician Sonnie Badu has claimed that a large percentage of American gospel musicians are members of the LGBT+ community.

In an interview with Accra FM, he stated that 78% of gospel musicians in the US are gay. Badu expressed concern that once the true sexual orientations of these individuals are revealed, people may no longer want to listen to or sing their songs.

He shared an anecdote about attending a gospel awards show where a musician warned him to keep quiet about what he may see. Badu emphasized the influence of the LGBTQ+ agenda in media, stating that he has banned his children from watching YouTube due to the prevalence of such content.

He believes that if the identities of these gay musicians were made public, churches in Ghana would stop playing their music. Badu also mentioned that even respected figures like bishops in the US are part of the LGBTQ+ community.

The discussion around LGBTQ+ rights in Ghana continues, with a recently passed anti-LGBT+ Bill awaiting presidential approval.

If signed into law, the bill would criminalize the practice and promotion of LGBT+ activities, with offenders facing prison time.


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