Who Wore The Sari Better Between Bobrisky And James Brown? (See Pictures).
By Vickyreport | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 3 views
Bobrisky and James Brown are two beautiful Transgenders who are very famous in the Entertainment Industry. These two Transgenders are very famous on social media, and they have lots of followers on Instagram.
Bobrisky and James Brown are great fashionista who has been thrilling fans with their fashion styles for years, although they are Transgenders, they are very good at slaying and they even slay better then some Ladies.
We all know that Sari is an outfit that is mostly worn by Indian ladies, but recently some of our Celebrities have been slaying in Sari and Bobrisky and James Brown are among them.
In this article I bring to you photos of Bobrisky and James Brown rocking the Sari outfit.
Checkout The photos below
Who rocked the Sari better between these two beautiful Transgenders? Please share your opinion Below. Thank you for reading.
Photo credit: Instagram, Google
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