Ghanaian rapper Richard Akwasi Siaw Akrofi popularly known as Ex-Doe who is struggling to revive his career has disclosed that a group of homosexuals approached him to compose a song for them for an amount of GHC50,000.
According to him he was to compose a song for the gay community. He made this revelation in an interview with Lexis Bill on Joy FM.
He said “I was contacted with an amount of 50,000 Ghana Cedis to do a gay rights campaign song for the gay community,” stated Ex-Doe. “I am not gay but I don’t have anything against gay people. There are prostitutes out there whom some people don’t like but they are there. Let’s leave people to live their lives how they please. God will judge us all at the end.”
The ‘maba’ hit maker stated that he is not against homosexuality or the people who indulge in it. He added that people should be allowed to do what they want.
Ex-Doe appealed to the public to support veteran Ghanaian musicians to revive their careers.