Can you spot the striking resemblance between Actress Kemi Afolabi And Bobrisky? (Photos)

Do you agree that popular Nollywood actress, Kemi Afolabi who is well known for her role in Yoruba movies closely resembles popular Nigerian crossdresser and brand Influencer, Idris Okuneye Olanrewaju better known as Bobrisky.

In this article, we are going to talk about the 43-year-old actress and the self-acclaimed male barbie who recently undergoes plastic surgery in other to achieve a feminine body.

Kemi is a movie director, producer, and was born on the 28th of April 1978 in Lagos, Nigeria. Her parents hail from Ogun State and She’s the first of three kids with two younger brothers. She had her primary education at Tunwashe Nursery and Primary School, Ikeja, and her secondary education at A-Z International School and Our Lady of Apostles School.

Kemi graduated and gained admission into the University of Lagos (Unilag) where she bagged a Bachelor’s degree in Law. Doing Kemi Afolabi Final Year at the University of Lagos, Students from the Department of Creative Arts invited her to Participate in their theatre production which she accepted. The show must have been a success, as Kemi decided that maybe the Law was not really her way, so she went into acting instead.

She has released and features in many movies and some of the movie that brings her into the limelight are Obinrin Ale, Oreke Mulero and Omo pupa. Afolabi Take a break from acting, leaving the industry for nearly five years (2008-2013).

Kemi Won the Best Yoruba Actress of the Year at the 2016 City People Awards. She won most Prominent Actress at the 2016 Odua Image Awards. Best Yoruba Movie Producer of the Year award at the City People Awards.

Bobrisky is a Nigerian internet personality who is known as a trans woman in Nigeria, a country with no LGBT rights. She is also known for her presence on the social media app Snapchat.

Bobrisky was born on August 31st, 1992, completed her secondary school education at King’s College, Lagos. She also attended and graduated from the University of Lagos (UNILAG). In May 2019, Bobrisky confirmed that her pronouns are “she” and “her” after receiving several misgendered comments on her Instagram profile.

She became recognized by being highly controversial on social media for the ultra conservative Nigerian standards. Bobrisky was able to gather traffic to her Snapchat account when she claimed she had a lover who is assumed to be of masculine gender despite the law in Nigeria stating that same sex relationships is an offence punishable by serving 14 years in a penitentiary.

His mother in fair in complexion and looks completely supportive of her son’s beauty business

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