Nigerian crossdresser James Brown has shared a controversial photo online to celebrate Easter Sunday.
James Brown shared a photo of himself dressed as a nun on his verified Instagram page. The controversial crossdresser urged his fans not to judge her because they are not God.
James Brown also called on God for help, correction when he is wrong and protection from ‘bad things.’
He wrote, “Our Father in heaven, you are awesome!
Show us who you are and how you want us to be. Make earth more like heaven. Please give us what we need to keep going each day. Help us when we are wrong and clean us up on the inside. Keep us from bad things, You’re in charge! You’re strong and powerful and always there. Forever! Amen 🙏
Judge Non, because you are not God. I don’t need your comment today just pray because today is Easter.
James Brown reveals how he turned into a crossdresser
Sometimes back, James Brown disclosed why he is not ashamed of acting like a woman despite the criticisms online.
James Brown claimed he lost his shame the day Nigerians accused him of being homosexual without any evidence on August 27th 2018, and he went to prison for a month.
“I lost my shame the day Nigeria accuse me of being a homosexual without any evidence on August 27th 2018, and I still went to prison for one month oooo Oga I don lost am tay tay.”
James Brown dramatically mourns Queen Elizabeth
Jaratunes also recalls that James Brown stirred the internet with his wailing and fainting skills a few hours after Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
James Brown shared a video of himself on his verified Instagram page, wailing as he mourns the death of his mentor. According to him, his heart is bleeding because the woman he looked up to had left him in this wicked world.
He wrote: “My heart is bleeding I can’t believe the woman I look up too is gone.
It’s painful that the woman I look up to and admire, the woman of Grace and Principles, has left me in this wicked world I’ll deeply miss you, my GODMOTHER QUEEN ELIZABETH THE 8th.”
Nigerians took to James Brown’s comment section to react to his dramatic way of mourning the Queen of England. He was fired online for his dramatic moves.