Controversial cross dresser, James Brown, has revealed that his counterpart, Bobrisky,  threatened him on phone for copying his contents.

He said “I was shocked, I was not expecting it (the threat). Bobrisky actually called and threatened me. He just kept shouting. He said I should stop posting my content or he would send me to prison. He said he was the one that gave me N100, 000 when I needed help and he would make sure they beat me up in Lagos State. Before now, he had blocked me some months ago but I had no issues with it and I had apologised to him. But now, he has made it clear that we are enemies and I have to watch my back.”

Brown, who is also a dancer reiterated that he does not like being compared with Bobrisky. He said, “I hate being compared to Bobrisky. I admire everything about him because he is vibrant but I prefer being compared with an American Internet personality, James Charles, who has over 25 million followers on Instagram. I am big and I have good content. Also, I am not a cross dresser but a drag queen.”

Reminiscing how he became a social media personality, the drag queen said, “I become more active on social media because I understand that Nigeria is tough and the only way I can help is by giving people pure entertainment. People call me all sorts of derogatory names, including ‘gay’ and ‘homosexual’ but they don’t get to me because I have a goal, which is to help the poor.

“The only way I can do that is by making money through want I know how to do best. This is an adventure for me. I am not a graduate but I am working towards being one. I have been doing online schooling and tutorials. Because of my personality, I cannot attend a public university. The same way I am enjoying what I do is the same way I am facing the consequences.

“In the past, I could not afford some things but now, I can do that. Some people need someone controversial to advertise for them and I had to tap into that. I added more energy to my content and became more creative. Most of my ideas are beginning to pay off. I know that my audience wants me to be extremely crazy and at the same time reasonable.

“Regardless of what I am doing, I would always be a man and eventually get married to a woman. I have always had an effeminate character. The first time I dressed like a girl was when I was five years old, and it was for a cultural presentation. I cannot steal engage in Internet fraud (yahoo yahoo), or prostitution. I can only make people laugh. I am a man and this is only an adventure that would end some day.”

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