Oye Kyme, a crossdresser and Bobrisky’s former personal assistant, has turned to social media to express regret over past choices that “destroyed her life” in her pursuit of fame and fortune.
The Ivorian acknowledges that spending time with the male Barbie was a poor decision that almost lost her life. The Ivorian gained notoriety in 2021 after getting a tattoo of controversial crossdresser, Bobrisky.
Remember how Oye rose to fame online, especially in the Nigerian web community, when Bobrisky flew her there and promised to improve her life in exchange for being a devoted supporter and suffering through the discomfort of getting his whole name permanently inked on her arm?
After a brief altercation about Oye Kyme’s claims that Bob had physically assaulted her during her three-month stay with the socialite, the two parted ways.
“I’m done, I’ve been concealing for so long; now I’m revealing your true identity to the world, wicked human being that lier have been with for three months, supporting you in your lie and attempting to accept you for who you are, wicked man lier!
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The brand influencer entered the adult film industry in May 2022 and published his debut video on a well-known porn website.
Oye recently advised her fans and followers on social media to be happy with what they have and to be proud of their origins, so it might appear as though she has turned a new leaf.
She acknowledged in a moving video she posted online that she did many things for power in her quest to become famous, and that as a result, her life has changed significantly since then.
But she added that she is thankful for life and feels she can change the course of her future.
Her words: “My lessons in this film are to be content with what you have in life and to be incredibly proud of your heritage. I had such a strong desire to pursue fame. I nearly perished while pursuing this pointless clout. My life is no longer the same today. I occasionally reflect on how I ruined my life by making foolish choices motivated by a love of money, but I’m still happy for my life since I can still change it for the better.