Bobrisky reacts after being criticized for sharing photos of baby bumps
Controversial exchanger Bobrisky reacted after being accused of mocking women and their struggles for profit.
A user of the website, Mavis Ishanqueen, had criticized the dress in a long social media post about the tremor from a childhood crash.
In response to criticism, Bobrisky noted that he can show that he supports women, both single mothers and widows.
The president also cleared the air, saying the pregnancy trick was simply a harmless prank to "destroy people."
"Aunt Marvis is not online to write a novel. It has to do with your heart with your wife. I can testify to show the world how much they have spent supporting women, such as widows and single mothers. It is not just with the novel by auntie writing. Go sit down somewhere mtvwwww, "he wrote.
Bobrisky is a Nigerian online personality known as a transgender woman in Nigeria, a country without LGBT rights. She is also known for her presence on the social media application Snapchat.
See her post below:
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