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Meet 2 Most Controversial Cross Dressers From Nigeria Who You Will Hardly Believe Are Men

In Nigeria, many crossdressers have been making headlines recently but the two most common ones are Bobrisky and James Brown. From their appearance, you will think they are ladies, but they are not.

1. Bobrisky 

Bobrisky is a Nigerian internet personality known for her cross-dressing career. She is also known for her presence on the social media app Snapchat. He has accumulated so much wealth for himself because of his appearance like a lady. 

Recently, Bobrisky started making headlines again after attacking his former best friend, Tonto Dikeh a Nigerian actress on social media. Bobrisky and Tonto had been friends for a long time before they had issues that made them go separate ways.

However, in a recent statement from Bobrisky, the crossdresser asked for forgiveness from Tonto Dikeh. In his words, he said, “forgive me, I don't know what came over me.”

Bobrisky has been able to accumulate about four million followers on Instagram, making him one of the most popular cross-dressers in Nigeria. The cross-dresser has used his fame for both good and evil.

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2. James Brown

His real name is James Obialor. He is also one of the latest cross-dressers from Nigeria who followed the footsteps of Bobrisky. The slide difference is that James Brown is also a dancer who makes funny videos on his Instagram page.

Last year they fought where Bobrisky told him to stop emulating or copying his lifestyle as a cross-dresser. James Brown became popular in 2018 following a viral video in which he said the phrase "They did not caught me" after an alleged report of his arrest by the Nigerian police.

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The world is gradually turning into something else, some men no longer appreciate their natural form as men, forcing them to transform themselves into women. 

Crossdressing means wearing clothes and accessories which are often associated with the opposite gender. Crossdressing is not accepted in African society, but because of socialization, the act is becoming accepted in Africa. 

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