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It has been voted as the best club for a gay person in Lagos.I don’t think I need to discuss what happens at Touch Me. The circle is also useful when it comes to hooking up.[Hook 1: Tyler] Can we talk on the phone or something Because when I call (you on the phone) I hope you pick up your phone I'd like to talk to you I hope you answer I hope you answer Yeah, I hope you answer I hope you answer Yeah, I hope you answer Because when I call I hope you pick up your phone I'd like to talk to you I hope you answer [Verse 1: Tyler] Hey Dad, it's me, um...Oh, I'm Tyler, I think I'd be your son Sorry, I called you the wrong name, see, my brain's splitting "Dad" isn't your name, see "Faggot's" a little more fitting Mom was only twenty when you ain't have any fucks to spare You Nigerian fuck, now I'm stuck with this shitty facial hair Also stuck with a beautiful home with a case of stairs So you not being near fucking fire-started my damn career But fuck it, I got Clancy, he gave me the chance to see A world I wasn't supposed to, I'm stoked that I didn't know you But sucks you ain't give a fuck and considered a sperm donor now The fuck is an Okonma?It depends on how bold I’m feeling or how thirsty I am, as they say.’ But getting a number is crucial because it’s just easier to lay all that groundwork and measure interest levels over the phone or through chat. It can be tricky.’ P admitted to sticking to the circle because it was safe and could guarantee a good degree of discretion. ’ Her store is a hip clothing outlet so it attracts youngsters, including upcoming artistes. They don’t hide it, you know even with the so-called law.’ While at the store, she’s seen and heard a popular PR manager for one of the big nightclubs come into the store with a girl on her arm and on the phone to another saying: ‘I’ll suck you like no man ever has.’ JV told me she’s seen young couples making out on the store floor.
But if I ever had the chance to ask this nigga And call him...
Even in religiously conservative countries like the US, same-sex marriage is legal. But despite laws, the threat of imprisonment and the death penalty, gay life in that country is pumping.
If you’ve lived in Lagos you probably already know this, but just in case you don’t, and are curious, the gay scene in Lagos is popping. Because like-minded people have banded together to do what makes them happy.
As part of a circle, you can hit up clubs like Caliente and Quilox or a place called Touch Me. It’s crawling with fun party treats (you know what I mean by this) and beautiful people without inhibitions.
Cali, as it’s lovingly called, is a favourite place for both boys and girls.