"Why Would Any LGBTQ Couple Want To Taint Their Marriage With Blessings From The Church?" - Lady
By AdaAmi | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 4 views
A lady has taken to her twitter page to make a tweet, which has caused stares and strong reactions from people.
The twitter user goes by the name on Twitter, Ifa Funsho. However, she took to her page to speak about the LGBTQ community, still acknowledging the church, as a room for marriage, despite the fact that they are forbidden by the church and the Bible. In her words, the twitter user wrote:
"Why would any LGBTQ couples want to taint their marriages with blessings from the Church?
Why craving for blessings from the religion that stated in their horror bible that you should be stoned to death?
Why associating yourself with evil people that will rather see you died?"
However, this post from the twitter user got people talking and making strong arguments, with some people, bringing up strong points to speak against the twitter user's opinion. See some of their reactions below.
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