Bobrisky Reveals Why He Started Cross Dressing

Bobrisky's rags to riches story

By  | Jan 05, 2021, 01:15 PM 

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Nigerian cross dresser and barbie doll, Bobrisky has taken to social media again with another interesting mix of drama. Bobrisky took to Instagram to explain how he was poor and broke being a man until he pursued his dreams of being a cross dresser and making so much money within a year.

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"Dis message is for you all to read before you judge me. I was formally a man for almost 25yrs, nothing to show for it. I kept struggling even with my certificate as a graduate of accounting in university of Lagos, nothing to still show for it. I saw how all my females friends were cashing out back then. I went home and think about my life. If I join robbery they will end up killing me, secondly I don’t even have that heart ❤️ to think to that dimension or to even scam people of their sweat 😓. while I was growing I have a little bit of female features in me, so I decide to try what cross dressing look like. Under one yr of cross dressing I started making money 💴. I was still surprise 😳. So I gave my body more time, rubbing expensive creams, smelling good, using more of females body pills 💊and looking out for myself. Boom 💥more money keep coming... men admiring me, women giving me endorsements from right and left. Short story I fit in as a female to a man. God bless all d women around d world 😢😢😢😢many of you love me and accepted me, save me and I will always respect WOMEN."

The male barbie was recently in the news for refusing to join 
in the ends wars  protests.

While most celebs were putting there words into actions and joining ordinary citizens as they demanded an end to the violent and corrupt unit, the cross dresser was hit with backlash for 'sitting pretty', according to his followers.

Bobrisky was accused of 'not putting his money where his mouth is' after posting a number of calls for action on his popular IG page. However he has yet to take any action off of social media.
The influencer  clapped back at critics, insisting his life would be in serious danger if he had to join the violent protests. He also claimed that he cares for his elderly grandmother and could not risk anything happening to himself.

He wrote in a since-deleted IG post; "So if police mistakenly fire their guns and their bullets hit will help me take care of my 85-year-old grandmother or my brothers who still look up to me?"

He continued; "So if I die now, you think justice for Bobrisky will wake me up from death?"

However Bobrisky's response seemed to anger fans even more...

"Those protesting don't have family members looking up to them too?" wrote one follower, whilst another added; "What an insult! You should have just shut your mouth!".

A third added; "You can't even be in the sun for why even bother?"

Born as Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, Bobrisky is obviously one of those that grew up wanting to mimic the opposite sex but tried to contain that transformation until recently. He is the self acclaimed male barbie of Nigeria and quite popular on social media. The popular barbie was born in 1992 in Ebute Metta, Lagos where he attended secondary school at King’s College and graduated from the Lagos State University. As a child, he always enjoyed stereotypically faminine activities like cooking and cleaning. Cross dressing was also a keen component of his repertoire.

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Prior to his complexion transformation, the male barbie’s skin colour was just as dark as most Nigerians until he suddenly turned snow white, kudos to his bleaching expertise. According to him, bleaching his skin was a business strategy that worked to his advantage. This move immediately thrust him into the limelight via social media and he garnered both haters and admirers at the same time.

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In May 2019, Bobrisky confirmed that his pronouns are "she" and "her" after receiving several misgendered comments on her instagram profile.
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