Prince / Ghana
“Prince is my name. I’m 32 years. I’m gay bisexual. I starting gay at the age of 12 years. And at that time, I starting just between me, do everything, it’s more or less new to me because I like it. I like it, be a gay. After then my community and my family thought allowed me to do it. Then it just pointing me, do unnecessary to me, then I just moving from the house to come and stay with the friends. So long time ago, then I living my life on the friends.
After then, I return back to my home. After, my community just put their hands on me. If I am walking, say this guy is a gay, this guy is a gay, this is a gay, then I am just scared about it. But I don’t give a damn. I was try to be bold to be a gay. Then after then, I was doing my mother is passing, is just thinking about me. Say, why you will do this, do this then, after then, my mother die. Because of I am a gay. Then I say no. I don’t want someone to say something wrong to me, this and this and this then, I just moving on on. Said I was trying to be a gay. But it’s, it’s not easy. It’s not easy in Ghana here. You say you are a gay. It’s not easy at all.”
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Prince regardless to whatever label one chooses to refere, Prince wasn’t complicated just a great deal misunderstood as we all ate at times, durations of time even. A good heart, soul and personality, as shy as he was perceived was a individual who enjoyed his life, died the life he chose to. No ” what if, I would’ve could’ve done…. he achieved may Jehovah welcome him back into his tent. Thanks for the ear!!!!..wcth