Bolu Okupe Most Nigerian women are married to gay men.

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Bolu Okupe, the son of Doyin Okupe, a former presidential spokesman, offered further reasons for disclosing his sexuality.

Remember that Bolu had previously announced that while posting a photo from his Instagram account, he was gay.

The event with his father who came forwards to say that his son was going through a ‘spiritual struggle’ did not go over well.

“For me, I look beyond the surface or the physical. Here, I see a major spiritual challenge ahead, but I know as my God liveth, this whole saga will end up in Praise to the Almighty Jehova who I serve day and night,” he said.

However, in an Insta live video on Monday, Bolu kicked against the anti-gay bill, saying that some of those who signed the law in Nigeria were gay themselves.

He also revealed that by mistake he did not want to be gay, but rather that there was something in him.

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Christians who are eager to find out that homosexuality is a sin even took a stab at Bolu.

He averred that many Christians, whether married or single, sleep with each other, but never see it as a sin.

“I am doing great, and I’m fine. I do believe that whether people like it or not, my recent revelation has started the topic of LGBT or the whole gay topic that needed to be addressed at some point or the other in Nigeria.

“We can’t keep pretending that gay people are not among us. Being gay is not European or a Western nature, it’s simply human nature.

“ Nobody wakes up and chooses to be gay or a lesbian. All these things happen naturally because they are in-born.

“With the whole 14-year law, I bet you for a fact, some people who signed that law are gay themselves. It’s riduculous.

“I really do feel sorry for the women. You women should be fighting more for acceptance because a lot of you guys are married to gay men.

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“I am sorry but your whole lives are fake. Your husbands are living in secrecy and leading double lives. I feel like some of you know and some of you don’t mind because your husband is rich but some of you didn’t know but discovered later, and it’s heartbreaking.

“I feel like you all should be pushing for acceptance more so that you don’t end in situations like this. Me personally, I would never want to be in a situation where the person who I call my lover or who I am married to does not even like me or is living a fake life. It’s a lot.

“I don’t feel like any woman deserves that so that is why I feel like women need to stop being homophobic and push for acceptance, so you don’t find yourselves in situations like that because a lot of you are married to gay men whether you like it or not,” he said.

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