Port Harcourt-based male crossdresser, Daniel Anthony aka Jay boogie, and Dee Vah have taken to social media to call out controversial male barbie, Bobrisky for constantly painting the trans community in a bad light.
In a long post shared on Instagram, Jay Boogie warned Bobrisky, stating that his recent public reflections bring about a bad light to the trans community in Nigeria, making most persons perceive trans women wrongly. He also added that the male barbie should stop threatening upcoming crossdressers with his wealth and fame, noting that pride goes before a fall.
He, however, pleaded with the male barbie to stop the unnecessary tantrums against other crossdressers urging that they all come together, as the world is already against them.
Sharing the video on social media, he wrote; ‘Enough is Enough, words even fail us. I’m still in awe of perplexity and so mystified as to how Idris has still refused to be rational, sensible, courteous and mature. Call it whatever you want to call it, this is us speaking for the trans community. Idris, you are a reflection of what they perceive us to be. Hence, you get us mortified at every given chance that you get. The level of grace and eloquence ourselves and ourselves carry has a huge disparity! And you are always threatened even with your wealth and fame.
Come down from your high horse, it’s still very low. Pride goes before a fall and you never see anything you do as wrong because your consuming ego has carried your senses away! Apparently right now you’re empty and void. Who are your upcoming bobrisky’s or who is dragging any queendom with you? Paranoia, it’s the irrational fear that something or someone is coming after you! And you have envisaged what the future holds for you with us in it and you can’t bear the heat!
Stop all the unnecessary displays of tantrums and frivolities. We can fight the outsiders and still be having constant difficulties and issues with you a supposed we are “TRANSGENDERS” and not a crossdresser. You’re a very bad representation of the trans community and what the public ought to see us as and we are tired and pained!’