A Kenyan gay man residing in London has opened up about the horrifying moment he was attacked in a homophobic attack.
The man was having a night out in a Kenyan owned bar in East London when the attack occurred. He was approached by some men who yelled homophobic slurs and proceeded to attack him. Though he attempted to fight back, the Kenyan was ultimately outnumbered, and the men doled out a vicious assault that left him bloodied.
The perpetrators also made off with his money and bank cards and unluckily, the good samaritans who took him home also robbed him of the remaining cash he had.
Though the attack was likely traumatizing, he took himself to hospital and has since been discharged.
After sharing the news, he was welcomed with mixed reactions from his followers.
Update 2: Robbery with violence masked as a hate crime. Robbed of 💰 and bank cards by the perpetrators during the melee. Good Samaritan who took me home also robbed me of the remaining cash in my pockets 😳😳🙄🙄🙄😭😭 https://t.co/DXRYE9Ilkt
— Sir LV (@SirLV) February 17, 2020
Recently, a celebrated Kenyan gay man, Paul Lukas who had gone missing in Seattle, Washington DC was found dead.
Lukas who worked as a flight attendant for Alaska Airlines had been reported missing for three days before his lifeless body was discovered.