Nigerian transvestite James Brown has dubbed fellow transvestite, Bobrisky, a ‘negative vibe’.
James Brown whose real name is James Obialor stated this during a question & answer session on his Instagram platform on Tuesday afternoon.
A fan asked the transvestite who is currently schooling in the United Kingdom, “How do you feel about Bobrisky?”
James answered: “Negative vibe. Trouble. Run. Wahala. God help us.”
James went on to address Bobrisky as a ‘she’ in the latter part of his post.
“I pray she changes,” James added.
James Brown, an Instagram dancer, and content creator became a social media sensation in 2018 after he was arrested by the Nigerian police over allegations of being gay.
The transvestite has continued to denounce the claim that he is gay, albeit, he identifies himself as the ‘Princess of Africa’.
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