Famous lifestyle influencer, James Chukwueze Obialor, popularly known as James Brown, has said he is down with depression for the second time in 2022, saying “typing cannot express my pain”.
He opened up about his mental health as he bemoans depression despite his growth, adding that he achieved just as much as he hoped for.
The influencer, who recently gave an energetic performance, at the wedding event of Sir Balo, took to the image-sharing platform, Instagram, to pen his hurt.
“Although I have achieved a lot of this year, life is full of ups and down. Typing can not express my pain and sadness. I am Sad 😔,” he wrote while sharing a sad-looking photo.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that Brown was noted in 2018 following a viral video in which he said the phrase “They did not caught me” following an arrest by the police.
He was arrested alongside 46 others for being allegedly gay and spent a month at the Ikoyi Correctional Facility. The case against them was later dismissed by a court.
Brown released a single titled “Hey Dulings” in 2021 after a catchphrase he uses to address his fans on social media.
The crossdresser had earlier said that he and his sister may share the same man but it can never break the bond they have.
He had shown off his sister, Grace Brown, and added on the caption: “My sister, my blood, my heart. We might fight & have misunderstandings but I will always love you. We might share the same man but it will never break our bond.”
The comment shocked his followers and they took to the comment section to comment about them sharing the same man.