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‘I Developed Sepsis, Acute Kidney Injury’ – Ailing Crossdresser, Jay Boogie Opens Up On Failed Botched Cosmetic Surgery



Jay Boogie

Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Daniel Anthony Nsikan, better known as Jay Boogie, has opened up on his critical condition after a failed cosmetic surgery.

Recalls that Jay Boogie made headlines a few weeks ago over a failed botched cosmetic surgery performed in Lekki, Lagos State.

A Nigerian doctor, Loveth Jennifer, based in Namibia, called out her colleague who performed the surgery.

In a post via her Instagram page, Jennifer disclosed that Jay Boogie is in critical condition and has not been able to urinate for 24 hours following the cosmetic surgery procedure.

She added that the surgeon who performed the botched surgery dumped Jay Boogie in a weird hospital, claiming the crossdresser had kidney issues before the surgery.

In a statement via Instagram on Friday, Jay revealed he developed an infection and acute kidney injury after the liposuction and Brazillian Butt Lift (BBL) surgery in October.

The crossdresser refutes claims of having any medical challenge before the surgery, insisting there were results to back the claim.

Jay Boogie added that he was dumped in another hospital after the surgery and had spent so much money on treatment and dialysis.

The statement reads, “I had Lipo 360 & BBL Surgery WITH Dr. Chidinma Akpa, owner of Curvygirl_essentials, also known as CGE Healthcare on October 30th 2023, prior to the surgery, she requested I stop my hormonal medications ( I had no other health concerns before the surgery which I have test results to back up this claim).

“I am releasing this information to the public for transparency purposes. A few hours after the surgery, she informed me that I developed sepsis and acute kidney injury. CGE Healthcare in question refused to take responsibility, and I was abandoned in another hospital after she sent a referred note. Ever since November 1st, I have been on dialysis and treatment for sepsis.

“I have exhausted my life savings in the course of treatment! I have received funds from the Nigerian Plastic Surgery community and a few friends. I am writing to request financial assistance for continuous medical treatment in order to recover.

“The medical treatment has put a strain on my finances. I have already exhausted my savings and have had to take loans to cover the expenses. I am reaching out to the general public in the hope that you all might be able to provide some financial assistance to help me pay for my medical treatment.”