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A well-known Rwandan gospel singer is facing a public and personal backlash after coming out as a gay man.
Mr Nabonibo said he came out in order to live normally and without pretence.
But he described the reaction from family, friends and the wider public as “horrible”.
“But there is no going back, because I have to live my real life,” he said.
“It’s so sad to see people you know abusing you.”
The singer has a day job as an accountant and is worried he will be fired due to his sexuality.
He said he had become an outcast at his workplace.
“There is a long list of [gay people] in your midst and they include pastors or churchgoers,” he said.
“This pretence encouraged me to speak out.”
Some of the 35-year-old’s closest friends have ostracised him because of his sexuality.
“This is crazy. I don’t understand why he thinks this is normal,” one friend said.
Another, a man who attends the singer’s church, said he was in “agony” because his family knew he socialised with Mr Nabonibo.
He has since blocked the singer from contacting him on his phone and online.