A Nigerian lady has emphatically stated that popular crossdresser, Bobrisky will not be invited to her wedding.

A Nigerian lady has emphatically stated that popular crossdresser, Bobrisky will not be invited to her wedding.

A Nigerian lady has emphatically stated that popular crossdresser, Bobrisky will not be invited to her wedding.

The lady known as Veravictoria7 on Instagram revealed fears that her wedded husband might dump her for Bobrisky.

I will not invite u to my wedding cos my hubby might live me and come to u🤣

She made this announcement after Bobrisky shared a photo of her on her Instagram page flashing her irresistible beauty.

Bobrisky is a Nigerian internet personality who is known as a transgender woman in Nigeria, a country with no LGBT rights. She is also known for her presence on the social media app Snapchat.

Born Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju in 1992, Bobrisky completed her secondary school education at King's College, Lagos. She also attended graduate school at the University of Lagos (UNILAG).

In May 2019, Bobrisky confirmed that her pronouns are "she" and "her" after receiving several misgendered comments on her instagram profile.

She became recognized by being highly controversial on social media for the ultra conservative Nigerian standards. Bobrisky was able to gather 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 serving 14 years in a penitentiary.

Bobrisky, by virtue of just existing, introduced into the Nigerian society a set of ethics and morals which are not aligned with the assumed social norm of Nigeria. She has been received with mixed feelings as she has a fair number of fans and critics alike. On a notable occasion, a Nigerian presidential aide walked out of a premises on sighting Bobrisky within the residence.

Bobrisky has a fair share of fans and has been asked by certain event planners to give speeches at their events. 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.

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