VeryDarkMan Vows To Become Cross-Dress If Bobrisky Is Not Arrested

Adoga Stephen By Adoga Stephen - Editor-In-Chief
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Controversial social media activist VeryDarkMan has stated that he will start dressing as a woman if well-known transvestite Bobrisky is not taken into custody.

This is coming less than 48 hours after he was released from police detention after being arrested over an undisclosed issue.

VeryDarkMan had previously demanded Bobrisky’s arrest for dressing in women’s clothing, alleging that he was being shielded by influential politicians who are his homosexual partners.

Despite calls for the apprehension of individuals who dress in clothing of the opposite gender, the Police Force’s Public Relations Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, clarified in an interview that it is not illegal to cross-dress in Nigeria.

He mentioned that the police cannot take action against transvestites based on accusations of being gay, as there is insufficient evidence to prosecute them.

In response, VeryDarkMan posted a video on Instagram declaring that he will start dressing as a woman and using the women’s restroom if popular crossdressers like Bobrisky are not arrested.

He said that his recent arrest was related to his demand for Bobrisky to be arrested and his belief that he was being shielded by homosexual politicians.

He said, “When I came out of detention, I read somewhere that it was Tonto Dikeh who detained me. She can never detain me; I don’t care about her connection. The truth is that I was detained for the video I made calling for Bobrisky’s arrest and my claims that he was being protected by gay lawmakers. My detention is just a little sacrifice. They will still arrest me for my subsequent videos.

“Since the police say crossdressing is legal, I will soon start crossdressing. I will give them one week after I drop my petition against Bobrisky. If Bobrisky is not arrested, I will become a crossdresser and use the female restroom.”

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Stephen studied Mass Communication at the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu (now Lagos State University of Science and Technology), where he acquired requisite training for the practice of journalism. He loves the media, and his interest mostly lies in print medium, where his creative writing skill makes him a perfect fit.