Music is something a lot of people all over the world cannot do with out. It is also a huge part of the entertainment industry and so may celebrities have at one point given music a try.
Popular Nigerian crossdresser, James Brown recently made it public that he is about to release a song. The song is titled 'Hey Durlings' and he referred to him self as a girl in the intro of the song when he said "hey durlings, it's your girl..."
Although, it is still not clear when the song will be released.The news of his song has already gone viral on social, especially on Twitter as it was posted by @Naija_PR on their verified Twitter account.
In the reply section of the post, a lot of Nigerians had something to say about his song. Majority of the replies were not in favour of James Brown.
See Peoples Reactions On Twitter.
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