It’s a disrespect to women – Toyin Abraham, Dayo Amusa react as Bobrisky wins ‘Best Dressed Female‘ at event

Nollywood actresses, Toyin Abraham and Dayo Amusa have lashed out following the award that crossdresser Idris “Bobrisky” Okuneye won at ‘Ajakaju’ movie premiere.

Bobrisky was adjudged the ‘Best Dressed Female’ at the premiere of Eniola Ajao’s first cinema movie in Lagos on Sunday night, and he received a cash prize of N1 million.

Top celebrities, including Toyin Abraham, Iyabo Ojo, Denrele Edun, Femi Adebayo, and many others, stormed the Circle Mall, Lekki, in Lagos State, in mysterious and show-stopping outfits for the event.

Toyin Abraham, Dayo Amusa react as Bobrisky wins ‘Best Dressed Female‘

Reacting to the development, Amusa condemned the decision to award the title to the drag queen while her colleague, Toyin wondered why it went to a male rather than a female.

Abraham could not hold back shock as she questioned if the judges were not in the right mental state to have crowned Bobrisky the winner. One of the videos from the event captured her looking stunned while jokingly threatened to punch Bobrisky, who was seen bragging and responding to Toyin.

The actress who spoke in Yoruba, said in part; “Bobrisky, best-dressed female, if I give you an uppercut. Are you guys mad that Bobrisky is winning Best Female? Are you mad? Well, you will give me part of the money.”

Also, Amusa who reacted via a video posted on her Instagram account, said that particular decision was a mockery of the women present at the event.

She said; “I was at a colleague of mine premiere yesterday, they said the best dressers are to be picked; one female and one male best dresser. Don’t get me wrong, the winner could be anyone but definitely not a crossdresser. I mean, what’s wrong with us? I don’t understand it.

“I cannot imagine the judges disrespecting every woman that was there. You had to pick a winner, a female best dressed and a male best dressed and you watered the efforts of all the women at the event by giving the best dressed female to a crossdresser. I don’t understand, what is wrong with us?

“If you feel you want to honour crossdressers, you should have created their own category instead of disrespecting women by giving a crossdresser the best dressed female award.”