2 Legon l3sbians-suspects’ photos, video go viral
The pictures and video of two Legon female students alleged to be lesbian partners have gone viral on social media and got users taking within the cyber space.
The beautiful, fresh and juicy pictures coupled with video of the two ladies alleged to be students of University of Ghana, Legon hit the internet with many social media users questioning the motive behind it at time Ghana’s Members of Parliament are in the process of making a law to criminalise homosexuality- lesbianism and gayism known as LGBTQ+
The two young ladies in the video were in a romantic display, touching sensitive parts of their bodies in a joyous mood.
Apart from that, they were dancing whilst conducting themselves, doing the unthinkable in a manner that could be described as partners in lesbians affair.
This sparked speculations that the two are l3sbians based on how they were acting in the video that has gone viral on social.
This is occurring few weeks after LGBTQ+ Bill was laid before Ghana’s parliament by 7 MPs to pass a law that punishes practitioners, advocates of homosexuality.
Source : africaneditors.com
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