Bobrisky, has slammed Nigerians still in doubt of her full transition to a woman, saying “until I spread my kpekus on air before una believe.”ontroversial crossdresser, Okuneye Olarenwaju, better known as
The self-acclaimed mummy of Lagos who recently showered love on the famous Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, took to Instagram to reaffirm her gender.
In a post, Bobrisky expressed frustration at Nigerians regarding his sex.
“Only in Nigeria people argue your gender with you. I say am a girl some are still doubting. Until i spread my kpekus on air before una believe,” she wrote.
Netizens, however, flooded the comment section to plead with the crossdresser not to unveil her genitals, while others dared her.
“If you like change it to female,you can’t be wiser than God….. Na man you be till you grow old…,” a user wrote in response.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that
in 1991, Bobrisky attended both King’s College, Lagos and Okota High School, Lagos for her secondary school education, graduated with a BSc Accounting from the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Nigeria.
She became recognized as being highly controversial on social media for not adhering to conservative Nigerian standards.
Bobrisky has a huge following on social media. She was able to garner traffic to her Snapchat account when she claimed she had a lover who is assumed to be of masculine gender despite the law in Nigeria stating that same sex relationships is an offence punishable by up to 14 years imprisonment.
On 8 July 2021, she revealed a new physical appearance after undergoing surgery to become more feminine.
She has also advised upcoming transgender individuals to go for proper surgical enhancement procedures so they can be who they truly want to be.
Bobrisky has been asked by certain event planners to give talks at events.
A Nigerian presidential aide walked out of a premises on sighting Bobrisky within the residence.
In 2019, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, Director General of Nigeria’s National Council for Arts and Culture, called Bobrisky “a national disgrace” and said she would be “dealt with ruthlessly” if caught on the streets.
However, Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, Google’s Communications and Public Affairs Manager for West Africa, had said Bobrisky was the most searched individual in Nigeria from 26 October to November 2016