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Does Bobrisky, Joshua Agai as examples of Nigerian Men Bother you?

What is your take about cross dressing like in the case of the 'Nigerian Barbie doll', Bobrisky (In photos), Joshua Agai the model and the veterans Denrele and Papa Charley boy? 

Does this trend portend anything for men in Nigeria? What comes to your mind? We know it's part of the signs of the end time and that we also have girls who are tomboys, but what else do you think motivates men to 'wanna be girls'?

Picture 1 - Joshua Agai
Picture 2 - Bobrisky  

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