In this our 21st Century there have been alot of strange things that is going on in different parts of the world, such as some men will undergo transgender surgery to be like a woman, while some women will undergo transgender surgery to become like a man.
In this article today, we will be discussing about a very Famous and Popular male celebrity in Nigeria that undergo transgender surgery to become like a woman.
We all have noticed that there have been alot of massive transformations of a celebrity called Idis Okuneye but his commonly known as Bobrisky such as physical change, cross-dressing code, skin appearance and so many more.
Let See photos of Idis Okuneye before he undergo a massive transformation
See more recent photos of Idis Okuneye commonly known as Bobrisky.
We can now understand that there have been alot of transgender transformation in the life of Idis Okuneye commonly known as Bobrisky.
See some throwback photos of Idis Okuneye before he became more popular in the society.
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