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  1. Francis
    October 17, 2016

    *speechless* ???

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  2. Francis
    October 17, 2016

    This is why I’m so scared of gay parties. All it takes is for one idiot with a grudge to open his mouth and shit hits the ceiling ????

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    • Di-Navy
      October 17, 2016

      And the Nigerian Police likes this kind of case .

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  3. ambivalentone
    October 17, 2016

    A few weeks ago? Wow!!! Just wow

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  4. Di-Navy
    October 17, 2016

    oh wow ! this sounds scary !

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  5. Mandy
    October 17, 2016

    The fact that this happened so recently is what scares me the most. Every day, you are forced to remember just how consistently and refreshed the hate and homophobia is in this country sha.

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  6. YOU-KNOW-WHO
    October 17, 2016

    Insider job! Someone who is gay or pretends to be gay frndly did this. It’s sad. If only the Nigerian police Authority were this pro active to robbery cases.

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  7. KryxxX
    October 17, 2016

    The second scary story of the day!!!!!!! ???????

    Biko kwa oh! This is Monday oh! A new week! You ppl shouldn’t make us cower all week indoors in fear. I have had my fair share of cowering in fear and now the thought of my result sends my heart down my intestine.

    You hate someone for not being in your way but just being themselves. Speaks a lot about how secure you are.

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  8. Bain
    October 17, 2016

    why would they have an lgbt meeting in a public place?….this is Nigeria biko kwa.Homophobia is still thriving ….we should be wiser than this.

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  9. shuga chocolata
    October 17, 2016

    “Knowing who you are sort of makes you feel instantly tense with guilt in the presence of policemen , even if they aren’t there to get you.”
    I feel this way anytime I see the black color, don’t really know why.
    I’m abit like alor if I might add.

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    • Francis
      October 17, 2016

      Eeeya. I’m a lot more worried about them seizing my gadgets with some random stupid excuse like “where the receipt wey you take am?”.

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      • Pink Panther
        October 17, 2016

        They ask that?! WTF is wrong with our police?

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      • Francis
        October 17, 2016

        Those guys will employ any tactic to meet their quota for the day

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      • Jide
        October 17, 2016

        “Quota for the day”…. ????

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      • KingBey
        October 17, 2016

        Lol. Of course they do ! On a trip back to Owerri from Onitsha two years back in company of Queen Blue Fox, we were stopped and after they couldn’t see any fault on my car particulars, asked for the receipt of my laptop. This was a laptop I bought two years before then and not even in Nigeria. Luckily for me, I still had the receipt folded in my wallet. I gave the idiot and he couldn’t even read. Asked me where laptop was written when “HP Envy Notebook” was clearly written on the receipt. Then we had to argue over the currency it was purchased. Such ridiculousness. I kept rolling my eyes uncontrollably all through the ordeal.

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      • Pink Panther
        October 17, 2016

        This is disgusting. And all the reason I find it hard to have any love for this country.

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  10. Kainene
    October 17, 2016

    LMAO!!!!

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  11. Whitney
    October 17, 2016

    Such stories don’t really make me scared. I can’t be frightened even when the police questions me based on ‘rumour has it’. I have the antidote. It perhaps works for few persons. It’s this: no gay party; no careless visits; total straight-acting once I leave my door post. Above all, I don’t keep easy-to-be-noticed kind__those that have vowed never to package themselves.

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    • Absalom
      October 17, 2016

      Ok, ma.

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    • ambivalentone
      October 18, 2016

      “…those that have have vowed never to package themselves”??? My wish for your kito is strong in me this minute sha?

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      • Pink Panther
        October 18, 2016

        ???

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  12. Whitney
    October 18, 2016

    We’ve forgot that what hunts us most time is our inability to package ourselves. The primary way people notice gays is through the way some of us flutter while we speak, the lady walking. Some of guys are too classy and too ‘American’. It’s not our fault anyway. Some of us are born that way, but due to how our society is; all eyes looking for who to label homo. My dear, I think we need to confuse them. Straight guys stay freely alone, then we can, but only if there’s nothing to make your neighbor to suspect you. Here you can see the advantages of being manly. The society is mostly attracted to suspicion by the girly kinds. Don’t take it personal. Face the fact.

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  13. Brian Collins
    October 18, 2016

    Terrible, just terrible!!!

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  14. Eddie
    October 19, 2016

    this is one of the reasons why i feel a kind of sick joy when i hear about members of the police murdered…fucking rodents…i hate heterosexuals…sue me

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