Nigerian transgender star, okuneye idris Olanrewaju, popularly known as Bobrisky has opened up on his struggles in life prior to his decision to become a woman.
According to her, he was a man for 25 years and yet he had nothing to show for it despite holding a professional certificate in accounting from the prestigious Legos University.
‘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”.
She indicated, she took inspiration from her female friends who were doing well at the time of his struggle and made the decision to dress like a woman and finally his current appearance to make ends meet, a decision which she acknowledge had yielded her good results right from the very onset.
“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 💴,” she said.
“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”, she added.
The Social Media Star and Brand Influencer who have been a subject of ridicule and amazement for years told her story in a post, she shared on her Instagram page Saturday, December 26, 2020.
She accompanied the post with her before and after photos, one of whom was from her previous life as a man and another in her present state as a woman and urged the public to read her story before judging her over the decision she took to better her life.