Homosexuality is illegal in most countries, especially in Africa. Homosexuals face many challenges such as discrimination and stigma.
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But it takes courage for one to come out of the closet and Robettah formerly Roberto Kass is among the few brave, strong and courageous homosexuals around. He is not afraid of his transformation.
” It’s something that has always been in me. Since I was born. I used to feel I should have been a lady. That’s why my dad decided to take me to Uganda for my education and then USA,” says Robettah.
The 18-year-old who has great plans of starting a managing agency for the entertainment guys will be hosting a private party in Mombasa at Voyager courtesy of 4thstreetwine and corporate helicopter. Sauti Soul and Mafikizolo are the guest artistes.
Well, Robettah, a rich kid of Kenya, says ‘she’ has no regrets coming out as a homosexual and that his family and friends have always supported him.
Check out photos of Robettah before and after transformation.