Nigeria’s social media scene has been buzzing with the latest revelation from popular cross-dresser and controversial celebrity, Bobrisky. The 31-year-old, whose real name is Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, has shocked fans with his recent announcement that he no longer has male genitals.
In a recent social media post, Bobrisky disclosed that he now has thick thighs with a sexy shape, but no longer has a manhood. He wrote, “I no longer have a manhood, just thick thighs with a sexy shape that come with a v.” This latest announcement from Bobrisky has once again set social media ablaze with comments and reactions from fans and critics alike.
Bobrisky is known for his flamboyant personality and for challenging traditional gender norms in Nigeria. He has openly declared himself as a transgender woman and an LGBT personality, despite Nigeria’s laws which prohibit same-sex relationships and impose up to 14 years imprisonment for those found guilty.
Bobrisky has been in the spotlight for years, gaining popularity through his Instagram posts, where he shows off his flamboyant lifestyle and extravagant outfits. He has amassed a huge following on social media, with over three million followers on Instagram alone. However, his antics have also been a source of controversy, with some Nigerians criticizing him for promoting what they see as immoral behavior and breaking traditional gender roles.
In July 2021, Bobrisky revealed a new physical appearance after undergoing surgery to become more feminine. He posted pictures of himself on Instagram, showing his fans the results of his transformation. The pictures went viral, with many fans praising his courage and boldness in being true to himself, while others criticized him for what they saw as an affront to Nigerian culture and values.
The latest revelation from Bobrisky about his missing manhood has once again stirred up debate about the acceptance of alternative gender identities and expressions in Nigeria. While some have applauded his openness and willingness to challenge traditional gender norms, others have condemned him for what they see as promoting immorality and going against Nigerian cultural values.
Bobrisky’s latest revelation has once again brought attention to the complex issue of gender and sexuality in Nigeria, and the ongoing debate around acceptance and tolerance of alternative gender identities and expressions. Regardless of the opinions and reactions from both supporters and critics, it is clear that Bobrisky’s influence and impact on Nigeria’s social media landscape is unlikely to fade anytime soon.