Denrele Edun, Bobrisky and other Nigerian celebrity drag personalities who would slay “Rupaul’s Drag Race”

Following the just concluded Rupaul’s Drag Race All Stars 6, which was won by a transgender woman, Kylie Sonique Love, the season 13 of the regular show and other successful countries’ franchises of the show, it’s safe to say some Nigerian celebrity drag personalities will do well in the competition.

Rupaul Charles in and out of drag
Rupaul Charles in and out of drag

Rupaul Charles is undoubtedly the most renowned drag queen in the world, and he leads the show that searches for the most glamorous drag queen.

RuPaul’s Drag Race is an American reality competition television series produced by World of Wonder for Logo TV, WOW Presents Plus, and, beginning with the ninth season, VH1.Β  It is the first in the Drag Race franchise. RuPaul’s search for “America’s next drag superstar” is chronicled in this show.

James Brown

Nigerian drag personalities (cross dressers, gender benders and transgenders) have proven over the years that they have the courage, uniqueness, nerve and talent to participate in the show and even win it.

Glam Squad Magazine brings to you list of Nigerian celebrities that would kill the challenges.

Denrele Edun: Adenrele Oluwafemi Edun, better known by his stage as Denrele, is a Nigerian television host who has won numerous honors. Denrele started his journey in the Nigerian entertainment industry in 1995. Since then, he has broken boundaries and done a lot with his talent, nerve, unique dressing and controversial lifestyle.

 

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Bobrisky: In Nigeria, where there are no LGBT rights, Bobrisky is a Nigerian internet star who is known as a trans woman. She is also well-known for her use of the Snapchat social networking platform.

Despite her controversial lifestyle and severally been called out several times for having ‘no talent’, Bobrisky has continued to remain on the top 3 spot of Nigerian cross dressers.

James Brown: Despite his controversial and shaky entry into the Nigerian social media space, Wf_James Brown has continued to reign and grow on his fans.

James Obialor, better known by his stage name James Brown, is a Nigerian online personality, dancer, and crossdresser who rose to fame in 2018 after a viral video in which they declared “They didn’t catch me” after being arrested by the police.

James Brown has since branded himself the “Princess of Africa”.

Others include, Hassan Ajeboh, Jay Boogie, Jay Bughatti, Michelle Paige, Goldtiful etc.