Women Must Accept Me As Part of the Sisterhood, I’m A Woman – Bobrisky Defends Womanhood Identity

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Nigerian crossdresser Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, also known as Bobrisky has addressed Nigerian women.

According to him, they have no choice but to accept him as a woman.

Bobrisky commented on this after receiving the best-dressed female award at a recent event.

In a fresh post, he shared his thoughts by writing:

 “Women have no choice. They have to accept me as part of the sisterhood. I’m a woman.”
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Recall that Ossai Success, the Senior Special Assistant to the Delta State Governor on Media has expressed his reservations after crossdresser Bobrisky won the ‘Best Dressed Female’ award at a movie premiere in Lagos last weekend.He described Bobrisky as a negative influence who had brought so much harm to children.

Ossai took to Facebook to ask for immediate government involvement, urging federal authorities to arrest both Bobrisky and the movie producer for allegedly advocating for transgender and LGBTQ+ rights, which are illegal in Nigeria.

He wrote:

“I will be suing Bobrisky and the producer of the movie Ajanuku” beast of two world” for promoting transgender and LGBTQ+ rights
Bobrisky should be in prison and not named Best Dress Female
The boy Bobrisky is negative influence to our yours and has caused so much damage to young Nigerians.
The federal government should move into action by arresting Bobrisky and the producer of the movie Ajanuku” beast of two world” for promoting transgender and LGBTQ+ rights which is prohibited in Nigeria during the movie premiere in lagos days back.
It’s heartbreaking seeing a man that we condemned for being a transgender being named Best Dress Female because of his dressing and attention it will bring to the movie they are premiering.
Those women who were at the premier of the movie are disgrace to womanhood.
I think Nigeria government should ban the movie from airing in Nigeria for encouraging transgender identity and LGBTQ+.
Nigeria law prohibits transgender identity and LGBTQ+ rights and no one should be seen promoting or encourage it .
This is the right time for our government to act .”

Bobrisky surprised many by emerging as the Best Dressed Female at the movie premiere, thanks to multiple amazing costumes. Following his success, the crossdresser received N1 million naira.

Morayo Brown responded to the reaction following his triumph on the current episode of Your View, saying that Nigerians had no right to criticize Bobrisky. She provided reasoning, stating that as long as the crossdresser has not committed any laws, he is free.

Morayo went on to query why Nigerians were upset by him, pointing out that the crossdresser had undergone surgery to alter his gender.

She wrote:

“Bobrisky is a good example of the Nigeria factor. On one hand, Nigerians are saying we are against this and it’s 14 years if you are caught trying to be with the same sex, (there is no law against crossdressing), and on the other hand we scratch around it.

When she goes for a competition, why are we feeling offended because has changed her private parts and is a woman? This is my own stance, as long as she hasn’t broken any law, or has been arrested for anything then we have no right to criticize Shim for winning a competition that Shim offered herself to”.

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