“I Kissed Your Father.” Bryan Okwara gives epic clapback to homophobic troll

“I Kissed Your Father.” Bryan Okwara gives epic clapback to homophobic troll

Celebrities faced with gay rumours in Nigeria should learn a thing or two from former Mr. Nigeria, Bryan Okwara.

 

A troll recently took to instagram to speculate on the actor’s sexuality, slamming him as a “low key gay man” and lumping him together with fellow actors Alex Ekubo and Uti Nwachukwu, although she made allowance for IK Ogbonna being bisexual because he’s married.

Then she finished with “I am not homophobic though”.

Of course, Bryan wasn’t having it. He didn’t protest his “innocence” or go on the defensive. He went in hard at the troll.

“You are just angry because I made out with your dad,” he responded, “and he gave birth to you, and now you find it hard to tell people you have two dads. Shame.”

Talk about using some LGBT activism to shade someone’s destiny into oblivion. Check his full response below.

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4 Comments

  1. Francis
    July 29, 07:28 Reply

    Wow. I have to say I’m over impressed by the clapback. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  2. Delle
    July 29, 10:43 Reply

    Hahahahaha! She didn’t see that one coming, I’m sure😂.

    Her last statement was even the worst of it all! Jeez-us! You’re not homophobic really? So why the need for that post?

    Mad idiots everywhere.

  3. BRYAN PETER
    July 29, 17:54 Reply

    Epic come back. Short and straight to the point with the right amount of sting!

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