Former lover and mother of Shatta Wale’s child, the contentious dancehall artist, Michelle Diamond, also known as Michy or Shatta Michy, has publicly joined the ongoing LGBT debate and expressed support for the recently reported anti-LGBTQ+ law that the Ghanaian government has proposed.
Abeiku Santana, a renowned broadcaster, recently conducted an interview with the well-known socialist and influencer on UTV’s Atuu. In it, she expressed her ideas on the subject, stating that she feels traditional values are compatible with heterosexual partnerships.
Michy stressed her opinion that conventional values and beliefs are in favor of the idea that God made man for woman, not the other way around.
“I was happy but you see no matter the laws it is in the education you give to the kids, we have a compilation or selection of Shakespeare books, summarized stories of Shakespeare’s books.
Recently I asked my son to read the book and come tell me the story later, he explained how a girl dressed like a boy and fell in love with another guy…and also how a boy wore female pants in a Shakespeare book. So, for the law, whatever they ban or prevent from happening is imprinted in the cartoons, and in the books. Can you cancel those books?”
“I feel like the whites are grooming the next generation in certain ways and I am not happy about it because creation didn’t talk about Adam and Adam, I believe that woman is sweet Abeiku so why would you go for the hard backside? she asked.