3 Nigerian Men Debate on the Same Sex Bill on Rubbin’ Minds – Must Watch!

And the conversation on the same sex bill continues.

Rubbin’ Minds on Channels TV invited three young Nigerian men to speak on the same sex bill. They share their different opinions.

Check it out!



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31 Comments on 3 Nigerian Men Debate on the Same Sex Bill on Rubbin’ Minds – Must Watch!
  • Vanessa January 27, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    I won’t ever be a lesbian. I love me some real penis. I won’t discuss it from the moral or social angle, just from the sexual angle.

    • jcsgrl January 27, 2014 at 3:31 pm

      Oh God…help me!!! Help her!!! You haf killed me o. Nne you don talk kpom kwem

  • pua. January 27, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    @Vanessa…oh my dayssssss…lmao!

  • Robin Hood January 27, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    I pledge to love vagina all the days of my life. From thee I camee into this world and hopefully I may depart this world through you. Ohh kitty kat…. thank you God!!!

  • Priscy January 27, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    Azzin how can I be attracted to anything that is not a good strong penis???

  • DAMMY January 27, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    Vanessa is right….i wont ever be a lesbian too. love it real

  • Kelz January 27, 2014 at 4:13 pm

    First, I went to uni with this girl…welldone Daphne….
    To the issue; look at a lawyer speaking from his anus?? look at!!!!! when u go home exalt your spiritual and moral tenets, when u come out to speak in your professional capacity speak from what u have read and try and be objective in your thinking (although thats impossible for anyone I must say). If you argue on morality what did the Lord Jesus do to the adulterous woman?? I wish I was on that panel..this lawyer wanted to use big big grammar to jazz the others kmt. All I can say is this just shows that we must divorce people from their professions; a lawyer is still a bigoted homophobic ignorant person so is a doctor and anyone else. I am educated myself but I still hold my own subjective morals. I rest this case; I’m tired of Nigeria in fact…

    • nikky January 27, 2014 at 5:22 pm

      and he kept saying “ByGAmmy” wtf is that? seriously its not by waering suit and saying big words, this lawyer no be am cha cha.

    • Diya January 27, 2014 at 9:43 pm

      That lawyer is full of shit. He is kind of “professional” in Nigeria who will give more of moral advice than professional advice to his clients. Why is he still a practicing lawyer? He is dumb.
      Is it until people are killed or humans have their rights detracted from them before he knows how senseless this law is? Doesn’t he know that these gay individuals will have abundance of booties in jail? They get released and nothing really changes. Just another set of unemployed & frustrated Nigerians. Then we will be dealing with more crime.
      Does he think Nigerians are civilised enough to simply report “offenders” to the police? Has the fool not heard of jungle justice? This pathetic lawyer simply does not like homosexuals. If there was an anti amala & goat meat law or a law stopping desperate Nigerians from traveling to Dubai or London, I bet his black ass will petition against it.
      Just as the guy in the middle mentioned, there is a reason why this anti gay bill passed so quickly. In my opinion, this stems from Jonathan trying to take down his political rivals who happen to have a “passion for men” or he knows how stupid Nigerians are & is trying to win their support for his political ambition in 2015. This shit is strategic! Gays have existed before he graced this world with his handsome face. Why now Ebele?

      Nigerians should better put aside their hypocritical morality and see that their future in Nigeria isn’t getting any brighter.

  • ify January 27, 2014 at 8:23 pm

    Dat guy on dread is soo gay..I swear.not being judgemental tho…just saying *walks away*.

  • jimihendricks January 27, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    99 percent of Nigerians are ignorant, they still live in the dark age.The most pathetic thing is that Nigerians both educated and illiterate have outsourced their God given rational thinking to few ignorant men and women. If you ask how? here are some examples, a man would take his pastors word that he/she is healed without any justifiable evidence than to believe his doctor about health issues. A man would take the words of his pastor that his wife of 30 years is a witch and behind his downfall than to trust his own judgemnet that this same woman had several opportunities of killing the man in 30 years,we trust in our lying and plutocrat politicians that all is well with the economy when the opposite is what we feel in our pocket. Nigerians are docile body soul and spirit.
    For those that are jubilating now about this anti gay law, i want them to know that in their life time, they will experience draconian laws that will be enacted by these same people that will curtail their religious and social freedom it is going to boko haran on streroid.
    Because this law is an attack on freeedom and liberty on a selected few and if left unchecked, then be ready to say goodbye to your night vigils and conventions

    • paulmirabilis January 28, 2014 at 4:25 am

      I guess you are the 1% that is not ignorant. Mumu thing! How does a people kicking against something they deem a societal menace and anomaly relate with all the rubbish examples you cited above? I know gays like you are aggrieved by the law but we’ll not allow you guys to corrupt our young kids. If you want to practice your homosexuality, go and seek asylum in western countries.

      • Diya January 28, 2014 at 8:44 pm

        And your fathers beating up your mothers & screwing women outside of their marriages aren’t “corrupting” our children abi?
        What about your non existent educational institutions, lack of basic amenities,lack of jobs, & desperate & poor leaders stealing & phucking up Nigeria’s future? Those should be your focus. Keep deceiving yourselves, Nigerians. Nigeria’s future is getting darker each year. Be wise.

      • Newagedafrican. January 29, 2014 at 11:42 am

        Some, clean logic at last. Yep the typical nigerian is taken over by a religion he doesn’t even understand. Look at all the ignorant hate. My religion is all about love. I wonder how many of these so called Christians would recognise a Christ that is not blond and blue eyed. Am afraid if Christ came again and born in Nigeria he”ll probably be crucified by these idiots here. Becos they fail to recognise the difference between good or bad without been instructed by a text. Like can’t write an exam without seeing expo. Recognise the familia stench of satan in all this ignorance and hate,sugar coated in religion.

    • Newagedafrican. January 29, 2014 at 8:21 am

      Some, clean logic at last. Yep the typical nigerian is taken over by a religion he doesn’t even understand. Look at all the ignorant hate. My religion is all about love. I wonder how many of these so called Christians would recognise a Christ that is not blond and blue eyed. Am afraid if Christ came again and born in Nigeria he”ll probably be crucified by these idiots here. Becos they fail to recognise the difference between good or bad without been instructed by a text. Like can’t write an exam without seeing expo. Recognise the familia stench of satan in all this ignorance and hate,sugar coated in religion.

  • viva January 27, 2014 at 10:58 pm

    Human beings have opened a can of worms, with this gay rights hullabaloo! A man and woman and children are the bedrock, heartbeat, core, fibre, essence of any society, and here we are even debating that anything should tamper with this sacred institution called family! you wait and see the chicken is coming home to roost!

  • Chigbo January 27, 2014 at 11:15 pm

    Just watched the first video…….the lawyer is a complete and utter idiot

    He doesn’t deserve to be a lawyer
    “Let people be arrested and taken to court first to prove the law”
    After you Mister

  • Chigbo January 27, 2014 at 11:49 pm

    That lawyer gets on my last nerve

    1) how about criminalizing paedophilic (SenYerima and co) and looting public funds
    2) how about protecting innocent people………..the law is yet to prosecute perpetrators of ALUU4 how much more people who will be lunched by mere shouts of “Gay!Gay!!” By blood thirsty Nigerians………..what does the law do to protect these people
    3)how about stopping the culture of propagating hate
    I don’t support gays but I also don’t support idiocy and aloofness on the part of people elected to serve and protect

  • NNENNE January 28, 2014 at 12:24 am

    Heard that over time, these gay men stretch out their anal sphincter and are unable to control their urge to pass stools. They end up in Nursing homes.

    • Diya January 28, 2014 at 9:07 pm

      Similar to women and their stretched pumcash after giving birth & taking jumbo sized penises over time.. They have to care of their of anus just like how we have to take care our pumcash.

  • sisi eko January 28, 2014 at 12:44 am

    On a very different note…….Y are they still reading news from paper on the table? What happened to teleprompters? its 2014, is this how all news is read in Naija???

  • Lol January 28, 2014 at 1:42 am

    @jimihendricks,,,,,,when did you do your research to find out that 99% of Nigerians are ignorant…even the examples you gave are just a minority; these are people who have decided not to seek God for themselves.

    I’m a Christian and I don’t support gay marriage or homosexual relationship of any sort but I still think the law recently passed is a threat to human right. ..that being said, I know a lot of people have their views on this issues n all but attacking ourselves is not the way forward…..

    I don’t mean to attack you but just be careful

  • Tee January 28, 2014 at 2:41 am

    @Jimihendricks and Kelz,bet u guys already announced your status to your families.As for your politically incorrect attitude,its a huge shame,how you have turned out and allowed the western mentality to take over your sense of reasoning completely cus it shows you are not only speaking up for this topic but for everything that is against God’s will for mankind.You called Nigerians all sort of names,in the name of proving a point,when you are the pathetic case.The word say ‘eyes they have but cannot see and your ears are also deaf to hear’.you can say ppl do/commit more atrocities.I’m a big believer of that as well,sin is sin,so I speak up when I see one regardless.

    • Straight A January 29, 2014 at 1:08 am

      Dear Tee
      The west have taught you to think. It was their agenda from day one. You are a well trained zombie. Of no use to yourself or others just a service to the west. You want to preach the bible by to those that introduced it to you, written in their own language , abeg you want to show meat to the person wen kill am. Politically correct, biblical damnation what about using your common sense. Homos have existed for ages. God hasn’t struck you down for your down right religious hypocrisy , so don’t hold your breathe for the homos to be struck down. Or maybe you should and do us all a favour. The same way you look at a homo with righteous hatred is the same way racist look at you. And when I read comments like yours I begin to wonder if there is some logic behind the mark of Cain. End times? Man we ballin in the west, a good government for the people by the people, a government that invest in the future of its people, that respects a persons dignity to live fairly. Keep holding your breathe , the end is near.

  • Tee January 28, 2014 at 3:03 am

    Gay people have a right to choose how they want to live their lives.Hmmmm I bet you are also familiar with ‘freedom of speech’.The Lawyer has a right to express himself too,get it.He has a right to express himself irrespectiVe of his profession.abeg carry dat your mentality to the western world were good is bad and bad is very good just to prove to their society that they are carrying them along or understand them better.I wonder how else ppl think signs of the end would come to light,def not by TV advert.I am speaking not only for anti-gay law but everything from music/false prophets/unclad pics/material world/greed/spirit of whoredom/celebrities misleading our youth,idolising human,you name it

    • Kelz January 28, 2014 at 11:51 am

      Let me tell you what is wrong with what you have just said… Firstly, you cannot assume someone is gay because they spoke up against a silly law; Don’t be presumptuous…its a very unintelligent thing to do…secondly, my point was when you are speaking in your professional capacity; keep your proclivities and assumptions and morals at home; especially if you are going to precede every 4th comment you make with ‘in the law….’ it carries weight my dear. Even doctors have to treat murderers when they get hurt before the police send them to jail etc….point is in your professional capacity you are value blind (well, sort of). finally, you have brought in the bible and that is good because I am a Christian too. think on this though; in certain countries you would be sent to jail for owning a bible or engaging in any such Christian activities..now that is the problem with making laws based on religious tenets…you limit other people’s freedom..especially people who dont subscribe to your religious ways. live and let live is my point. if gay people are causing harm then lock them up as other human beings, but if its because the bible says so; then my dear; you do not know what the law is about. next time you look at a woman lustfully as against the bible; may you go to jail for 5yrs. thats all!!

  • Tee January 28, 2014 at 3:09 am

    Gay people have a right to choose how they want to live their lives.Hmmmm I bet you are also familiar with ‘freedom of speech’.The Lawyer has a right to express himself too,get it.He has a right to express himself irrespectiVe of his profession.abeg carry dat your mentality to the western world were good is bad and bad is very good just to prove to their society that they are carrying them along or understand them better.I wonder how else ppl think signs of the end would come to light,def not by TV advert.I am speaking not only for anti-gay law but everything from music/false prophets/unclad pics/material world/greed/spirit of whoredom/celebrities misleading our youth,idolising human,you name it.You can read MALACHI 3:14-18 or remain ignorant forever.Narrow is the road

  • Author Unknown January 28, 2014 at 7:14 am

    This Tope Atiba is an embarrassment of a lawyer. Like where is your human rights spirit? Looks like those hungry people that are waiting to get some type of government favour or one appointment or the other. And by the way, it’s pronounced Bee-gamy, not Buy-gamy.

  • Laide January 28, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    To be honest, I think someone on the ‘panel’ had to have a different view..you shouldn’t have 3 people arguing for the same in this kind of setting…won’t b interesting. So u guys should chill on the insults

  • Angel January 28, 2014 at 10:00 pm

    I can’t understand why Nigerians are so obsessed about what people do with their OWN PRIVATE PARTS. How can someone’s gender and sexual orientation have anything to do with their societal functions. It’s interesting to see that people fear the “corrupting influence of homosexuality “. If you are secure with your sexual identity and orientation how on earth will someone else’s orientation influence you. Except you are saying you have homosexual tendencies which would explain a lot . I believe that the principal behind this law is based on an infringement on human rights . A precedent has been set by this law and it wouldn’t be long before people start to see the fall outs of it. The government should spend time on safe sex campaigns . The HIV rate in a country that detests homosexuality is ridiculously high. It’s just laughable when people talk about morals in Nigeria what a contradiction to the reality on ground. I am quite happy living in the west were homosexuals can live their lives without fear of discrimination , people practise safe sex and were the rate of HIV and other STDs is relatively .low.

  • TEMITOPE ATIBA February 14, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    Hello people, I stumbled on this thread and i must say that its been quite interesting reading the divergent thought patterns. I’m happy Nigerians have become very opinionated about issues that touch our lives in varying degrees.

    With respectto the Issue of the Law prohibiting same sex marriages, the program Rubbin’ minds on which I shared my views and as some people have said here, we all have our opinions, I simply shared mine. I have friends who fall within the LBGT bracket and incidentally they are all the best in their fields. Do I want to see these people go to jail? NO!!!!

    Do I think that the law should be used to guide the moral compass of the state? YES!!!! and you will support or oppose this view depending on the school of thought you belong to. Need I also say that I like many of you on here have my vices and when the law decides to restrain these vices for the “public good”, i do not go all out insulting people who think otherwise.

    I contributed my voice to an ongoing discussion that touches on our emotions and sensibilities and I will do it again. I look forward also to meeting cases emanating from this law in court and I hope I have the opportunity to proffer arguments on both sides of the divide.

    For Kelz who thinks i was speaking from my Anus and Diya who thinks I’m full of shit, I apologise if my opinions irked your awe, but I do not apologise for holding any personal opinion. I also hope we meet again in a different forum, maybe your opinion will change….. maybe mine too.

    And Bellanaija, thank you too ;)

    I am @topeatiba

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