Hot Dogg shows support for transgendered South Sudanese woman Layla Kingston, tells her to get pregnant ‘if possible’

Hot Dogg shows support for transgendered South Sudanese woman Layla Kingston, tells her to get pregnant ‘if possible’

Youthful politician and musician Mijok Lang also known by his rap name Hot Dogg has backed the courageous decision made by South Sudanese first ever tranny Layla Kingston to change gender.

The young politician in a Facebook post on Saturday said some politicians were threatening Layla who was born Chan before transitioning into woman artificially when she resettled in US in early 2000s.

Hot Dogg said he overheard some unnamed politicians at a gathering discussing Layla and that they even said she should not set foot in South Sudan as a consequence for changing gender. Hot Dogg condemned the politicians whom he said are responsible for deaths all over the country compared to Layla who did not kill anyone.

Related: Meet Layla Kingston, the first South Sudanese man to change to woman [PHOTOS]

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