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Islamic clerics pray for Bobrisky at his N400m house unveiling [VIDEO]

Idris Okuneye, the self-acclaimed Nigerian transgender better known as Bobrisky, has unveiled his multi-million naira mansion in Lagos.

The brand influencer shared a series of video clips from the housewarming via his Instagram page on Sunday.

Bobrisky said the mansion, located at Pinnock Beach Estate in Lekki axis of the state, cost around N400 million naira.

The crossdresser also expressed his excitement over the house achievement.

“I bought myself a smart home Dis (this) is what a home of 400,000,000 in one of the best locations in Lagos,” he wrote.

Bobrisky’s mansion

In a now-viral video from the housewarming ceremony, some Islamic clerics were seen praying for the cross-dresser inside his new home.

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The social media celebrity could be seen sitting in the center as the cleric formed a circle around him.

Bobrisky, who is often called the ‘male Barbie doll’, has made the headlines on numerous occasions after claiming to be Nigeria’s first transgender. He once admitted to having severed his genitals.

In 2019, the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) described him as a “national disaster” while human rights groups issued a statement to protest allegations of threat and harassment against him.

The Snapchat celebrity had in 2020 revealed that he opted for crossdressing in order to make ends meet after 25 years of being a man.

In September 2021, Bobrisky had also talked about some of the perks he enjoys being a “woman”.

“I want to be a woman because being a woman has paved a lot of ways for me. Women don’t actually know how powerful they are. They don’t know how to use their resources as a woman,” he had said.

Watch the video below:

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