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Bobrisky Fights Portable, Other Nigerian Celebs, For Condemning His ‘Best Dressed Female’ Award

Bobrisky has declared war on Portable and other Nigerian celebrities who have criticized him for winning the ‘Best Dressed Female’ award at a recent event in Lagos.

The crossdresser cum transgender, who has been making waves after being named the ‘Best Dressed Female’ at the premiere of Eniola Ajao’s ‘Ajakaju’ and receiving a cash prize of N1 million, has been the subject of controversy after the event.

Several top celebrities, such as Toyin Abraham, Iyabo Ojo, Denrele Edun, Femi Adebayo, and others, made a grand entrance at the Circle Mall in Lekki, Lagos State, wearing mysterious and attention-grabbing outfits for the occasion.

In response, music star Portable criticized the judges for awarding Bobrisky, arguing that it was unfair to the women who were also present at the event.

Portable went on to claim that Bobrisky, a Lagos-based socialite, is a transgender individual and should not be considered a woman simply because he allegedly underwent BBL surgery.

Portable said; “I heard that Bobrisky won Best Dressed Female award at a movie premiere. Is he a woman? Isn’t he a transgxnder? He might have done BBL and breast surgery but that does not qualify him as woman.

“There were many beautiful women there but the judges gave a man an award meant for women. Bobrisky is a man.”

In the meantime, Bob took to Instastories to warn Portable to stop dragging him, or else face consequences. The crossdresser maintained that he rightfully won the award and proudly stated that he outperformed those who identified as “real women” to clinch the award.

He wrote; “@portablebaeby ogun wan kpa ur mama? Wetin concern me with ur life? I resemble ur fellow people in d ghetto? Na God go punish you. If you try shit with me i will take you to where they will deal with u and you ur dead career will end finally.”

In a separate post, the brand influencer said; “I love my sisterhood no cap! But e get some haters among them. Una dey claim real women blabla but I won hands down. Who come be the real woman now? Don’t play!”

Source – Tru News Report


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