The son of veteran broadcaster Kwaku Kyei-Darkwah, better known as KKD, has been captured leading a recent LGBTQ+ match in London.
In a now viral video sighted by 1Family Radio, the son of the broadcaster was spotted in a pink bra with an unbuttoned shirt complemented by a pair of jeans while advocating virtues that go against Ghanaian culture.
He clearly noted that this parade will continue until the LGBTQ+ community is given the respect and rights they are entitled to as citizens of London.
I just want to say to everybody new that is walking by, whether you are in support or pathetic, we are not only walking so that we can stick it to everyone. We are walking because we know we are fine. We are walking because we know we are divine.’’
“We are walking because we have rights. We are walking because we know that we are building, and we are not going to stop,’’ he said.
“What you are seeing today is going to continue happening. We will continue walking, we will continue marching, we will continue fighting. We will be on your air waves, we will be on your TV screens. We are not going anywhere,’’ he added.