Controversial radio personality, Alfred Kwame Larbi popularly known as DJ Oxygen, has denied in all clear terms that he is a homosexual and allegedly having a sexual relationship with popular prophet, Reverend Owusu Bempah. An audio is in circulation with someone alleging that, DJ Oxygen confronted him and confessed to being gay and having sex with Rev. Bempah.
The content of the audio is so damming and serious. Reacting to the allegations in an interview with Danny Fii Abrantie on the Away Bus show, DJ Oxygen denied the claims insisting that, he is not gay. He said, ‘’why should I listen to such a tape when I am serious concentrating managing my radio station.’’ He accused Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi as the one behind the tape due to the bad blood between him and his former spiritual father, Rev. Bempah. ‘’Prophet Badu Kobi is the one behind the tape.
He is doing this because of the bad blood between him and Rev. Bempah.’’ Mr. Larbi said, ‘’two male animals don’t sleep with each other and so why should I be engaging in a gay relationship? President Nana Akufo-Addo is not even ready to legalize same sex marriage.’’ ‘’I am ready to expose Badu Kobi.
He took me to his house at Sakumono, gave me picture of someone who resembled Nana Addo so I will use the picture as a tool to disgrace Nana Addo but I refused and so he has employed some boys working for him to make allegations against me.
These are the same men who once worked for Rev. Bempah, Computer Man and Badu Kobi. I warned Badu Kobi to be careful with these men who were following him but he refused to heed to my advice. I don’t have time to explain.’’
He also alleged that Prophet Badu Kobi’s prophecy about Nana Addo not able to become a president and Rev. Bempah’s prophecy about Mahama loosing the same elections in 2016, was the issue that brought about the ongoing bad blood between them. ”I went in to resolve the differences but it could not work. The two never knew I was coming for peace. I tried my best to ensure that the two bury their differences but it failed to work.”