Since the broadcasting of Gaëlle Enganamouit's videos, social networks have been in turmoil in Cameroon. The case has even turned into a debate on homosexuality in the country.
The Gaelle Enganamouit sex tape affair has been shaking Cameroon for some time. Videos of the former African golden ball winner with ex-girlfriend leaked on social networks just after she resigned as team manager of the Cameroonian women's national team. Several Internet users have not been kind to the player who, according to them, should be punished by the law.
"Enganamouit knows that homosexuality is punished in Cameroon?" posted a user on twitter
"As the law in Cameroon is impartial and no one is above it, I also expect to see Enganamouit imprisoned for attempted homosexuality," posted another.
Writer Patty Bebe has even spoken out on the issue. She called on MPs to launch an investigation into "homosexuality in women's football".
Female footballers labelled as lesbians
Several players have been labelled as lesbians. This situation had also put Nchout Njoya Ajara in a state of confusion. The indomitable lioness even took to the stage to defend the women footballers. "People must stop believing that female footballers are lesbians. Homosexuals can be found in every field," the Inter Milan striker said.
"Sometimes you can see someone who doesn't even play sport and if they don't tell you they're gay, you'll never believe them. But I think people focus on female footballers because they are a bit of a tomboy because of their body type," she said. In the meantime, Gaëlle Enganamouit's case is far from being resolved.