Netizens [email protected] Micheal Essien For Supporting [email protected] Rights
The issue of [email protected] in Ghana is getting intense day in day out.
One of the most recent news about the issue, has to do with Micheal Essien coming out to suggest we give individuals in the LGBTQ! community some form of freedom.
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This sudden support declared by the former black Star Player has infuriated so many social media followers, and they just can’t keep mute about it.
From observations on Twitter, Micheal is in some serious trouble.
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One Twitter account holder indicated Micheal Essien is one reason Asamoah Gyan couldn’t convert his penalty kick at the World Cup hosted in South Africa a few years ago.
Another follower said the player should be allied with the African Mermaid “Sister Derby” since they currently support the same agenda.
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One social media activist also indicated Micheal Essien deleted his post, but some individuals have a duplicate of the message he posted advocating for gay rights.
Another Twitter account indicated Asamoah Gyan can now rest as we have found the true cause of his inability to convert his penalty kick.
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One Twitter account user said he feels Michael Essien was the one who acted as a female when he was in a relationship with Nadia Buari.
Another account holder also indicated he can’t believe Micheal Essien passed such comments to support [email protected] because such an act is very bad.
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The criticisms Micheal Essien is facing on social media at the moment is so embarrassing and frustrating.
Almost every Twitter account holder is lambasting him for supporting [email protected] rights.