Hot Dogg claims politicians warn transgendered Junubi Layla Kingston not to ever come to South Sudan

Youth activist and musician Mijok Lang aka Hot Dogg has said that some unnamed politicians have warned Miss Layla Kingston not to ever set foot in the country following her decision to change gender from male to female.

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Hot Dogg who revealed this on his Facebook page has come out to support Layla arguing that it was up to her to decide what she wants to do.

“Some of our politicians were yapping about him/her yesterday here in Juba saying he better remain in USA,” Hot Dogg wrote on social media website Facebook.

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The PLP party deputy leader however couldn’t reveal the names of the politicians who talked ill of Layla Kingston. The young politician went ahead to say Layla shouldn’t be condemned for making decision to change gender but instead people should instead condemn politicians who are responsible for war and deaths in the country.

“He/she is beautiful then some of ya seven wives… He didn’t kill nobody,” he said.

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