Ghanaian musician Lord Paper has refuted accusations that he is a homosexual.

Lord Paper, real name Michael Takyi-Frimpong, who released an X-rated music video for his song ‘Ewurama’ some weeks ago, was scheduled to release another music video for his song ‘Pono’ but rescinded his decision.

In one of the lines of the lyrics in his latest song, Lord Paper said: “…Nowadays the ladies are pestering me, I like men so leave me”.

Following the release of the audio version of the song, several people have taken to social media to suggest that the artiste could be a homosexual hence that line in the song.

However, Lord Paper told Entertainment Blogger Zion Felix on Monday September 19 that: “I am not gay, I am straight but respect freedom of choice”.

Explaining why he did not release the supposed X-rated video for the ‘Pono’ song, he indicated that “looking at the explicit nature of it, I personally think it is enough. I am not dropping it anymore but I promise to shoot a mind-blowing video with Yaa Pono on the remix so people can actually see the creativity”.

“I promise to bring good music for Ghanaians to enjoy and see me as a good artiste”.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM

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