Nigerian Cross-dresser and self acclaimed Princess of Africa, James Brown is set to be featured in a documentary produced by American pay television network, HBO.
In the documentary, James Brown detailed his journey so far, and rise to fame ever since he went viral after being arrested for homosexual activities which brought about the phrase “they didn’t caught me”.
The documentary which is titled ‘The Legend of The Underground’ is aimed at giving a voice to cross dressers and homosexual men, having them air their struggles, challenges and criticism they face from the society, it captured moments where these men have had to go through untold pains to protect and uphold their unique personalities.
The cross dresser said: “I want to encourage Billions and Zillions of people, telling them that you have rights, do you know why? Because you’re human.”
The crossdresser recently recounts his traumatic experiences in Ikoyi Prison and his dysfunctional relationship with Bobrisky.
He revealed that he had to go for therapy because his stay in prison was a night mare. According to him, he was subjected to horrific punishments, most of which is not befitting for the human mind and health.
Speaking further, the controversial media personality revealed that Charly Boy and Denrele inspired his lifestyle and did not acknowledge Bobrisky, inspite of the fact that he had at some point in his career looked up to and reverenced his counterpart.