“Why I did not attend NYSC,” Cross-dresser Bobrisky reveals

Written by on September 22, 2021

Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju popularly known as Bobrisky has disclosed why he did not embark on the one-year compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) after his graduation from university.

The cross-dresser Bobrisky graduated from the University of Lagos in 2016 but did not join his peers in serving their fatherland.


In a chat he had recently with Nigerian journalist and media entrepreneur, Chude Jideonwo, Bobrisky said his reason for not going for the NYSC scheme was because he wanted to look for money.

In his words, UNILAG frustrated his plan of becoming a cross-dresser while in school, so after his graduation, he seized the opportunity to become who he had wanted to be.


He said his initial intentions were to make money from cross-dressing a few times and return to his normal self.  But seeing that the ‘brand’ was fetching a lot of money, backing down was no longer an option.

He said, “I finished from UNILAG in 2016, I was supposed to go for my NYSC, but I didn’t cos I wanted to make money…UNILAG prevented me from being Bobrisky cos my course advisor was tough…after I left school, I became free to live as I wanted…In 2018, I bought a house in Chevron, in 2019 I thought about doing surgery but I was scared and the same with 2020, and in 2021, I went for lipo and tummy surgery.”


He added: “I started cross-dressing three years ago and I have built my brand in 4 years… If you say money is not everything you are lying to yourself, money is everything…if you want to get a good name, is it not with money?”


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