Bobrisky, a Nigerian cross-dresser, recently spoke with Chude Jideonwo about his journey into cross-dressing. He spoke about how his mother stood by him despite the fact that his father and others disagreed with him.
Bobrisky claimed that his mother’s encouragement was critical in his decision to become a transgender. People mocked him, and even his father disapproved. Unfortunately, his mother died in Saudi Arabia seven years ago. His absence, he argues, has made it easier for people to criticize him.
During the interview, Bobrisky said, “My mom supported me to be a cross-dresser, people mocked me, and my father disagreed with me. If not for my mother, who died seven years ago in Saudi Arabia, all the criticism and the trolls wouldn’t even get to me.”
Recall that Bobrisky has become quite popular on social media, gaining a significant following. This online fame has contributed to his increased recognition and visibility. Bobrisky opened up about his cross-dressing journey in an interview with Chude Jideonwo.
He shared how his mother’s support helped him overcome challenges, despite facing mockery and disapproval from his father.
He also reflected on the impact of his mother’s passing on the criticism he receives today. Bobrisky’s presence on social media has played a key role in his rise to fame.