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Musician Wanlov the Kubolor fights for equal rights

Barefoot and with a wild mane of dreadlocks, Emmanuel Owusu-Bonsu a.k.a. Wanlov the Kubolor, uses music to defend the LGBTQ+ community. His unique style and unusual sound attract a lot of criticism, but the LGBTQ+ ally keeps fighting for equality.

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