I just saw my menstrual cycle, and it is very painful – Bobrisky

October 15, 2019
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Bobrisky, Nigeria’s very own cross dresser, has come out to reveal that he woke up with menstrual pain, and his menses normally last for three days. He disclosed this some hours back via Instagram, and a lot of fans have trooped to his comment section to advice ‘him’ on how to ‘lessen the pain’. One of his fans, who he responded to said, he should put a hot water bottle at his abdomen or take pills. Some other celebs including his closest friend, Tonto Dikeh, also took to his page to comment.

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While a lot feel he is just doing all these for attention, it seems he isn’t backing out from claims that he now has a ‘working vagina’, and he has been fully transformed to a ‘woman’.

In his own words, he said;
I woke up with menstrual pain ? ? ? ?

He put up a question on his page earlier, saying;

Girls dis question is just for us. So guys stay away from the comments section. How long do your own monthly period flow. Mine is just for three days

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