Pastor Size 8 Reborn’s husband DJ Mo has shared his thoughts on the ongoing heated discussion about registration of LGBTQ as a non-governmental organization in the country.
The father of two took to Instagram supporting the #SayNoToLGBTQinKENYA ,urging the society to stop sugarcoating the matter.
DJ Mo added that he knows the safest environment his children can grow in and went ahead to quote a Bible verse.
He also said that he is not scared of those who want to throw stones at him because of his stand.
“Here are my thoughts; let’s stop sugarcoating this thing – haiwezi .. I have kids .. najua Society / environment safe kwao to grow in ..and I know what the Bible says..Leviticus 20:13 Mawe zicome.. coz that’s my stand,” the gospel DJ said.
As per the New International Bible Version, Leviticus 20:13 states that, ‘If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads.”
DJ Mo’s statement comes just moments after Instagram took action on Daddy Owen’s anti-LGBTQ post.
The social media APP pulled down Owen’s post that condemned the community. Daddy Owen however said that he will not be intimidated by their move.
“My post has been flagged and REMOVED by INSTAGRAM!! These are the measures they take to threaten, intimidate and browbeat people! I will not RELENT! Next is they will take away my social media accounts & handles! I will NOT RELENT! After they will create and start propaganda upon my brand, I WILL NOT RELENT!… I am not desperate for their VISA!
“I repeat, we SHOULDN’T allow this agenda in our society, we have our own ethos and correctness. LET’S PROTECT OUR POSTERITY. But don’t be afraid of those who threaten you. For the time is coming when everything that is covered will be revealed, and all that is secret will be made known to all.”
Matthew 10:26, “the vanity hitmaker wrote.
Uproar on LGBTQ emerged after the court allowed the community to be registered as a Non-governmental organization. Several politicians and church leaders have condemned the move.