Women must accept me as part of the sisterhood – Bobrisky

Nigerian crossdresser and socialite, Idris Okuneye Olanrewaju popularly known as Bobrisky has insisted that he is a woman, after having transitioned.

The self-acclaimed Mummy of Lagos, urged women to see him as one of them, stressing that they have no choice but to accept him into the sisterhood.

Bobrisky part of sisterhood

Bobrisky stated this during a live chat on Instagram amid the controversy surrounding his winning of the ‘Best dressed female’ award at a recent event.

He said he won the award at the movie premiere, fair and square after being nominated by three female judges and as such nobody should question him.

The crossdresser also appealed to people to stop dragging Femi Adebayo who presented the award to him at the venue of the event over the weekend.

Bob said in part; “I was nominated by three female judges as the Best Dressed Female. Leave Uncle Femi Adebayo alone…. Women have no choice. They have to accept me as part of the sisterhood. I’m a woman.”

Watch him speak:

Meanwhile, in similar news…

Nigerian life coach, Solomon Buchi has lauded the judges who crowned famous crossdresser, Bobrisky winner of ‘Best Dressed Female’ award at a movie premiere.

CorrectNG recalls that Bobrisky was awarded ‘Best Dressed Female’ at the premiere of Eniola Ajao’s ‘Ajakaju’ ove the weekend 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.

Reacting, in a video posted on Twitter, Solomon Buchi said he was proud of Bobrisky’s achievement and desired to see more of such inclusivity in Nigeria.

Although his comment was heavily sarcastic, the writer encouraged Bobrisky to continue doing the good works that he started.

Buchi said; “I wanna give a big shoutout to Bobrisky for her recent award on being the Best Dressed Female in a show. I am so proud of him. I want to see more of this especially in Nigerian society, we need to be inclusive.

I want to see more women winning Best Dressed Male and more men winning Best Dressed Female, and I just wanna see the inclusivity….There is no need for the oppression, there is no need for the patriarchy the misogyny.”