Throwback Video Of Ignatius Annor Telling Stacy Amoateng That He Wasn’t Gay 5 Years Ago Pops Up

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Ignatius Annor is probably the first celebrity in Ghana to admit he’s gay (well, we won’t put Pappy Kojo into the equation because evidently, he was joking about it). 

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Moments after dropping the bombshell (given that Ghanaians detest and habour resentment for gays and other sexual orientations aside from gay), a throwback video telling Stacy Amoateng that he wasn’t gay has popped up.

While talking to the Restoration host on TV3, Ignatius denied vehemently that he was gay although he said he had done ‘things’ in the past when Stacy asked him pint blank about his sexual orientation since rumours had been going around that he exhibited gay tendencies.

“I can’t but I have done things before. I have done things before and I didn’t know that the things that I have done, I was being used. But, anytime I had gone to do anything that is wrong or in the process of doing that which is wrong, the Holy Spirit tells me that its wrong so don’t do it. My heart skips bam! bam!! bam!!!, like a force. I have done things before and I have been to places in the past.” Ignatius said.

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