31 thoughts on “Photo Of The Day XXVI

  1. Abi!

    We r gay! We are queer! We r here! We’ve been here! We ain’t going nowhere! We r here to stay! WE R TAKING OVER THE WORLD!

    They ain’t seen nothing yet! ITS Remaining naija! That national assembly building would collapse on d day they r having a joint section!

    GIVE IT SOME TIME ND One idiot now would come with his own analogy that d sins of d gay community caused d flood just like in d days of Noah nd Sodom nd Gomorrah! And that the rainbow was man-made nd not natural! Smh! Afujugo m anya! Iberibe @ its peak!

  2. Lol.. funny joke!
    Like I said here two days ago or so. We the LGBT are special bunch of people after Gods heart. This right up there is another sign. Lol
    Dancing and Singing sinach’s song 🎀
    ** we are the chosen generation, I know who I am. 🎼🎢 I know who God says I am, what he say I’ll be, I know who I am**🎼🎢

  3. God? Ha! …or the Association of Gay Satanists world wide. We had to sacrifice a couple of ( straight) humans to get the Job done, and the results are what we expected. Nigeria is next…

  4. Lmaoo ok this pics is soo wrong.Btw Korede Bello has suffered o eversince d release of his Godwin video the gay bashing is now unto anoda level,with d way he was dancing.Nigerians and dia hypocrisy so quick to label one gay when sucking dicks is dia own favourite hobby.

  5. Its so great …and it gladens my heart to see dat picture up ….only God knows wat wld happy to Nigeria oooo…keeping my fingers crossed…
    PS:Am new here ….good to be here

  6. Most likely I hope our National Assembly will experience a Landslide dat will only affect the Legislative chambers only should they revisit this matter.

  7. lool… how apt!!! Does anyone else find it ironic that Ireland which for decades was renowned for its two major exports; potatoes and – – Catholic priests/nuns has granted full equality to gays? Day after day, any justification for homophobia is being erased and evaporated yet Nigerians (typically), still cling staunchly to their homophobic hatred … Good job Ireland! Now, where next? and … don’t hold your breath for Nigeria, its not happening anytime soon! sorry to burst your bubbles …

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