Homosexuality Grows in Nigeria Despite Anti-Gay Bill As Bobrisky Promises To Be A “Sweet Wife” To Future Husband


Despite the 4 percent increase to 90 percent of Nigerians who support the criminalisation of same-sex relationships, and no change in the proportion of Nigerians who believe that the country would be a better place with no LGBT people, also 90 percent.

Bobrisky at every opportunity has displayed the lifestyle of a cross gender cum homosexuality in all his posts on social media handles and in real life.

In a recent post on social media, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, better known as Bobrisky, a controversial Nigerian cross-dresser, has boldly declared that he would be a “sweet wife” to his future “husband.” Bobrisky made the statement on his verified Facebook page, where he often shares updates and glimpses into his personal life.

In the post, accompanied by a cozy video featuring himself and a male model, Bobrisky confidently expressed his caring nature and boasted about his abilities as a partner. He wrote, “Awwwwn she is caring. I’m gonna be a sweet wife to my husband.” The self-proclaimed Barbie doll further mentioned that the male model in the video wished Bobrisky was his “babe” due to the incredible treatment he was receiving.

The statement made by Bobrisky has generated mixed reactions from the public. While some individuals have shown support and embraced his openness about his future plans, others have expressed varying degrees of criticism and skepticism. Bobrisky has often courted controversy due to his unique style and outspoken persona, which have made him a polarizing figure in Nigerian society.

Recall that former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan signed a bill in 2014 criminalising same-sex relationships in Nigeria, despite pressure from Western governments to preserve the rights of gay, lesbian and bisexual people.

Also, a Showmax, livestreaming platform, Wura series revealed how young teenagers such like Deolu grew to love his fellow men despite his parents trying to matchmake him with the opposite sex. He resulted in suicidal and the parents were forced to accept their fate, having produced a gay child. 

The Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act (SSMPA) bans gay marriage, same-sex “amorous relationships” and membership of gay rights groups with penalties of up to 14 years in prison.

Some have been on trial on charges connected to allegations that they were celebrating a gay wedding but Bobrisky was left out of it.

Acts of gay sex are illegal in 32 countries across Africa and persecution of gay people is rife across the continent.

The question is, Why is Bobrisky not arrested as an activist for same sex marriage or the young man controls those at the helm of Nigeria affairs?.

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