Ghetto president Bobi Wine has come out to refute claims that he was campaigning for the murder of all homosexuals in Uganda.
The singer took to social media to deny the rumors which had some gay activists propose that he be banned from performing in the UK.
“It’s a misinterpretation to say that Uganda wants to kill homosexuals because the biggest sanction for the offenders (aggravated homosexuality with a minor where the offender is HIV positive) is life imprisonment and not death,” Bobi Wine said.
Bobi Wine further said, he would not wish a homosexual’s life in danger even though he doesn’t approve of the act.
“I am personally not out to threaten the life of any individual based on their sexual orientation, I just DO NOT agree with them. This is my opinion and happens to be that of 99% of Ugandans/Africans basing on our culture, religion and constitution,” he added.
Bobi Wine continued by saying, as a role model in the country, he has free will to express his opinion without fear or favor and that gay activists should allow him to air out his opinion even though they are not comfortable with it.