Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju is a Nigerian Cross Dresser who is mostly known for his feminine outfits. He is popularly known as Bobrisky. He was born a male but chooses to dress and behave like a lady. He is mostly seen on his Instagram page updating his fans about the recent happenings in his life. He flaunts his designer wears, cars and house, foods, the list is endless.
Bobrisky developed this feminine attitude right from when he was in secondary school. He usually twisted her body like a girl then, when he grew up, he decided to adopt ladies' line of dressing and lifestyle. He once instructed that he should be referred to as a "She" and not a "He". This is serious.
He took to his Instagram page few hours ago to flaunt her red track suit and a designer bag. This is awesome, but no matter what he tries to do, Bobrisky remains a man and must be referred to as a "He". Because his kind of Lifestyle goes contrary to what the society upholds.
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