Kenyan gospel artist Daddy Owen is not backing down on his stand of #say no to LGBTQ in Kenya even after Instagram pulled down his post.
The social media app discarded his latest post where he'd gone on a rant after the Supreme Court ruling that stated NGOs barring the LGBTQ community from registering associations was discriminatory and unconstitutional.
Instagram termed the post as ‘offensive’ and falling below their community guidelines.
"Your post goes against our community guidelines on hate speech or symbols,” Instagram’s statement reads in part.
The "Vanity" hit-maker however is relentlessly still posting and trying to rally people behind his hashtag.
Owen put up several posts where he went as far as saying the LGBTQ campaign is a grand scheme with a political agenda, adding that sexual desires and preferences should not be forced down people’s throats.
“LGBTQ methodology is guided by a political agenda. The agenda is based on preferences and feelings culminating to ‘rights’ rather than biological facts and reality.
The LGBTQ community complains about freedom of speech yet they are so quick to pull down my post,” the artist quipped.
He also shared a video where he encouraged pastors to take up the mantle and start preaching openly and blatantly about the issue of anti-LGBTQ.
“Our Pastors should start preaching the same way the late Bishop Myles Munroe did!!!
Before they indoctrinate our children, we need to equip them with the right message! #Say no to LGBTQ in Kenya.
Sexual desires and preferences should not be forced down our throats! We rebuke it in the same way the Bible condemns any other sin,” he wrote in another part.
4 days ago the gospel artist angrily took to his Instagram page to oppose the verdict of the Supreme Court ruling that the decision by NGOs to bar the LGBTQ community from registering association was discriminatory and it is unconstitutional to limit the right to associate.
In a post, Owen maintained that LGBTQ should under no circumstances be allowed in the country.
"LGBTQ should NOT be allowed in KENYA!" Started off with the artist.
He went on to angrily state that the courts should stick to protecting the Kenyan culture and not pleasing the colonizers.
"The courts are here to serve and protect our culture, society, and customs!
If the NGOs are allowed to register in Kenya then we should allow outlawed groups such as TERRORISTS and BANDITS to be registered!"
He finished off by highlighting, "We SHOULDN'T be this desperate for VISAS!"
Owen went on to quote the Bible in Leviticus 18:22 "You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination."