Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, lesbian movie producer recounts experience with homophobic brother

Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, lesbian movie producer recounts experience with homophobic brother

A couple of weeks ago, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim came out as gay.

 

The talented moviemaker also became one of the first celebrities in the entertainment industry to come out as gay at the time.

 

In a recent post on Twitter, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim has recalled how bad she felt; when her brother said gay people should be killed.

 

According to Ikpe-Etim, she was still in the closet when her brother stated this.

 

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“I just randomly remembered something horrible.

It was 2013; just before the SSMPA was signed into law.

My brother and I were arguing about it.

Then, my brother said to me (a closeted lesbian): “left to me oh, I think gay people should be killed”. ?m?.

I think I died that day” she tweeted.

 

Equally important, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim served as the director of the lesbian-themed movie, Ife.

 

In other news, Temmie Ovwasa, former YBNL signee has stated that most people in heterosexual relationships are not mentally balanced.

 

She made this known in a Twitter post.

 

She likewise went on to state that most people who are dating the opposite sex are broken; and are also pretenders.

 

Here is what Temmie Ovwasa mentioned on social media;

Is there a blueprint for a mentally healthy/stable Nigerian/Nigerian relationship?

I’d like to meet Nigerians that are aware of their trauma; the root cause; aware enough to admit that we’re mad…

Lmao, Y’all are such pretenders and it’s not cute; Something is broken inside Us!”

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