Without a doubt, Cross-dressing is gradually becoming a successful career for some people in Nigeria. We can all agree that 5 to 6 years ago, there was nothing like cross-dressing in Nigeria because people don't see it as something decent. However, as years go on, we are now used to seeing the likes of Bobrisky, Nsogbudii, Jay Boogie, and several others turning into professional cross-dressers.
However, is it reasonable to say that these things are happening because of the terrible situation in Nigeria? Because from what we have seen so far, it looks like people who practice cross-dressing are extremely making a huge amount of money from it.
For example, someone like Bobrisky often flaunts his expensive lifestyle on his social media. This is to show that he is making a lot of money from his cross-dressing career. In fact, he is currently one of the richest cross-dressers in Nigeria. Because of his expensive lifestyle, some people now believe that cross-dressing is the next thing to jump into.
Now, we have the likes of Nsogbudii, Jay Boogie, Remy Lekun, James Brown, Onyx Godwin who are following in the footsteps of Bobrisky. With time, we believe that more cross-dressers will soon be joining the business.
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