Jakarta ● Sat, May 14, 2022
Dedy Corbuzier, one of Indonesia's top YouTubers, found himself in digital hot water following an interview discussing the homosexual lifestyle last week and decided to take down the video.
Indonesian netizens were prompt in their reactions to the video, flooding timelines with strong-worded disapproval of not just Dedy, but the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community at large.
The May 7 video podcast, titled "A tutorial on being gay in Indonesia", garnered more than 6 million views. In the video, Ragil Mahardika and his German husband, Frederik Vollert, talked about their life in Germany and the nature of homosexuality.
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