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“Flaunting your guy online is just inappropriate.” — Chioma Ifemeludike, an actress, criticizes James Brown.

Chioma Grace Ifemeludike, a Nollywood actress, has expressed her displeasure with crossdresser James Brown for flaunting his mystery guy online.

Last night, social media erupted as the controversial transsexual posted a video on his Instagram profile with his girlfriend, whom he refers to as Papito.

Ifemeludike chastised him for having the audacity to flaunt his boyfriend despite the fact that doing so is illegal in Nigeria.She further stated that homosexuality is a sin before God and man, and that James Brown’s posting of such a video online is completely inappropriate.She went on to say that the crossdresser is influencing teenage guys on social media in an indirect way.

She wrote in the caption,

“Since the dawn of humanity, the concept of male and female copulation for pleasure and reproduction has been the only acceptable and natural way, but humans have a habit of challenging God, as seen by their plans to depart Earth and go to Mars.I don’t care whether the laws of the entire Western and European countries support this lifestyle; the truth is that it is an alien culture among people, and it is far worse in Africa. As a Christian, I believe that homosexuality is a sin before God and man, and that any society that does not want to incur God’s wrath must officially denounce it!

I oppose using violence against people who are caught living in this manner, but I believe that through love, preaching, and counseling, we may bring their souls back to Christ.It makes no difference whether you adopt this lifestyle in a public or private environment; just remember that you’re living backwards and must return to the default setting.@wf jamesbrown Flaunting this lifestyle in front of thousands of teenage males on your social media platform is just unacceptable…”

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