78% of American gospel musicians belong to LGBTQ community – Sonnie Badu claims

Ghanaian gospel singer who is now residing in the US, Sonnie Badu has asserted that a significant number of American gospel musicians identify as LGBTQI+ persons.

The main pastor of Rockhill Church in Atlanta, USA, revealed this in an interview with Accra FM claiming that approximately 78% of American gospel musicians and pastors identify as LGBTQI+.

“In America, about 78% of gospel musicians that we play their songs on our airwaves and in our churches are into LGBTQ activities.

“If you get to know them, you won’t play their songs again. Even some bishops that we follow and listen to are involved in LGBTQI activities,” Sonnie Badu said on March 18.

He claimed that a fellow gospel musician had once advised him not to interfere in such affairs.

“One of the gospel musicians even warned me to mind my business when I see the things they are involved in because they know I am straight,” he added.

Sonnie Badu voiced his worries about the LGBTQI+ agenda’s effect, claiming that it permeates all facets of society, such as the media, school system, and entertainment industry.

He said that subtle messages are conveyed in seemingly innocent cartoons, which is why he has banned such content in his home.

“This LGBTQ+ agenda is not just in Ghana, it’s everywhere in the world, it’s frightening, it’s in many countries, in their books, schools, cartoons, commercials etc.

“Personally, in my house, my children don’t watch cartoons again. These innocent cartoons are now subtly sending messages to our children. It’s disturbing as a parent,” he noted.

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The Anti-LGBTQ+ bill in Ghana has currently been passed awaiting Presidential assent.

Meanwhile, two suits have been filed at the Supreme Court concerning the bill. In light of the suits, President Akufo-Addo has asked Parliament to hold on with transmitting the bill to him for presidential assent pending the suits at the Supreme Court.

The President has told Parliament to hold on its horns until the Supreme Court brings finality to the suits on the bill.

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