I’ll Become Crossdresser, If Bobrisky Is Not Arrested – VeryDarkMan (Video)

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Controversial beauty critic and activist VeryDarkMan has taken to social media to vow that he would become a crossdresser if the Nigerian police don’t arrest controversial crossdresser Bobrisky.

He had earlier asked for Bobrisky’s arrest but was instead detained and held in detention for days.

VeryDarkMan stated that numerous influential politicians were Bobrisky’s LGBT lovers.

Following requests to arrest crossdressers in the country, the Force Police Public Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, recently stated in an interview that the force cannot arrest transvestites since crossdressing is not a crime in Nigeria.

He stated that the force cannot act on charges that certain crossdressers are gay, a natural crime because there is insufficient proof to punish them.

VeryDarkMan responded in a video message posted on his Instagram profile, threatening to become a crossdresser and use the female restroom if prominent crossdressers like Bobrisky are not jailed.

He claimed that his current incarceration was related to his request for Bobrisky’s arrest and that he was being shielded by gay politicians.

He stated:

“When I came out of detention, I read somewhere that it was Tonto Dikeh who detained me. She can never detain me, I don’t care about her connection. The truth is that I was detained for the video I made calling for Bobrisky’s arrest and my claims that he was being protected by gay lawmakers. My detention is just a little sacrifice. They will still arrest me for my subsequent videos.
“Since the police say crossdressing is legal, I wll soon start crossdressing. I will give them one week after I drop my petition against Bobrisky. If Bobrisky is not arrested, I will become a crossdresser and use the female restroom.”

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Recall that Muyiwa Adejobi, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Nigerian Police Force, has addressed concerns over transgender people in Nigeria.

Notable figures in this discourse include Bobrisky, James Brown, and Jay Boogie.

Adejobi provided insight into the complexity of crossdresser prosecution, highlighting that some cases pose major evidentiary issues.

He used rape as an example, pointing out that the judicial system requires numerous aspects to be proven.

Failure to offer adequate evidence on any front may result in the dismissal of a case in court. Contrary to popular assumption, the PRO stated that cross-dressing is not prohibited in Nigeria, at least to his knowledge.

He underlined that, while there may be complaints against crossdressers, these accusations are frequently based on ‘natural offenses’. To win a conviction, the prosecution must offer compelling evidence to back up these assertions.

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