Don’t wear designer brands if you’re against LGBTQ+ — Sister Derby

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MAR 22, 2023 LISTEN
Sister Derby, Ghanaian singer

Ghanaian songstress and LGBTQ rights advocate Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, known by her stage name Sister Derby, has made a strong case for homosexuality.

She is of the opinion that there is no need for people to be judged and forced into a corner due to their sexual preferences.

According to Sister Derby, most financiers of the entertainment industries everywhere are into homosexuality, so there is no need to keep infringing on their human rights.

"I care a lot, and I am passionate enough because I have empathy. Secondly, in my industry, most of the people that are making it happen are part of the LGBTQ community.

"I don’t even like the fact that it is a community. Why is it a community? We are all humans, right? I don’t see why it should even be different," she said.

Designers of the most fashionable wear, popular make-up artists, and others are all queer, according to Sister Derby.

Speaking in a "Sincerely Accra" podcast, the singer of partial Romanian descent argued that people who are against LGBTQ+ should not be patronizing fashion designers.

"The top fashion designers, the make-up artists, the hair stylists. The top fashion designers in the world—let’s say 99% are queer. So, if you are against queer persons, please stop wearing designer brands," she advocated.

Isaac Donkor Distinguished
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