Here is a photoshoot that brings out the Willis Austin Chimano of all boys band Sauti Sol as gay in August 2020 where he introduced his mzungu boyfriend.
This photo was then posted by the Sauti Sol on their social media platforms and it shows each other the band member or singer posing with their partner.
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Chimano he is seen posing next to his male mzungu lover while the other three singers – Savara, Bien, and Polycarp are seen in a romantic posture with their ladies.
Earlier on this year 2021, Chimano opened up about discovering his true sexuality during an interview with Wabosha Maxine on her podcast series, ‘Letter to my younger self’.
While his other peers struggles to make crush with women, Chimano opened up about his love life saying his first crush was different because he had feelings for men not ladies.
“It was different because I was different. I will keep it at that. What I liked was not necessarily what most people liked. As a teenager that is when I realized that and I said ‘cool’,” said Chimano.
Furthermore, while on the interview, the gay singer called on fellow homosexuals to be contented with their true sexuality and fight off societal stigma when he was asked what advice he would give someone in his situation.
“You are amazing and that there is nothing wrong with you. If anyone tells you otherwise, you tell them that that is a ‘they problem’ and not a ‘you problem’. You will go through emotional turmoil,” Chiman commented.
He went on saying that;
“It isn’t world war three. People will say a lot of things but stand your ground and be happy. You’re going to be okay. Also, be careful. We are still in a place where such support can be far and far between.
“You almost don’t have a space to fail. Let your feelings flow. Aim for excellence for even your peace of mind. You fight with so much of what society is. Even how do you talk, how do you? It’s such an ongoing fight. People don’t let people be. Opinions evolve over time in society.”
On the other hand, Makena Njeri a popular lesbian has called on LGBTQ+ society in Kenya to speak up against atrocities committed against their members.
“Silence is betrayal. The rights of one person are diminished when the rights of any person are threatened.
“Section 162 of the Kenyan Penal code should be abolished. This is not a law. It is a betrayal to our democracy; of our basic human rights.. It is being used as a weapon. It is a death sentence. It has killed so many on our own soil 🇰🇪, our brothers and sisters 🏳️🌈. We shall not be quiet, we will be BOLD for our generation and those to come.
“We will speak up so that YOUR children won’t be jobless or die of health issues because they don’t have access to hospitals. They won’t be raped, tortured or killed because of who they are, how they identify or who they love.
“The Kenyan constitution states that every person is equal before the law and shall enjoy equal protection by the law. All persons have the right to full enjoyment of essential rights and fundamental freedoms including the right to equal political, economic, social and cultural opportunities. Why does this not apply people in the LGBT community who are equally Kenyan? We need answers. We won’t stop. What’s your role? Pass this on,” Makena Njeri wrote.