- Nigerian crossdresser, James Brown ‘They didn’t caught me’ has urged men to stop abusing women
- James said that he is ashamed of being a man sometimes because of the atrocities that his gender commits
- The male barbie noted that men are not superior to women
Nigerian crossdresser, James Brown, also known as ‘they didn’t caught me,' has lent his voice against sexual abuse.
James took to his official Instagram page to share a video of him speaking out against the recent trend of abusing women sexually.
In the video, the crossdresser was heard saying that if he was a girl who refused the advances of a guy and he decided to forcefully have his way, he would have killed many people.
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Noting how guys are just concerned about their sexual desires and not the feeling of the girl they are about to hurt, James noted that he regrets being a man sometimes.
"If I was a girl and a guy says he likes me and I say I am not interested but he wants to do it forcefully, I swear, I would have killed a lot of people because guys don't even care, all they want is to sleep with you. Do you know I regret being a man sometimes? I'm serious. Because I feel like most guys are useless. They are ready to use girls anyhow. Do you think you are supreme? If you are a man and you think that you are supreme, you are a nobody," he said while telling men to stop abusing women.
The past few weeks in Nigeria have seen many women calling out the men who abused them including celebrities. Although some of these celebrities have come out to react to the claims of their accusers, no legal action has been taken by both the accuser and the accused.
However, for some of the women speaking out, they noted that sharing their stories is important to their mental wellbeing.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that James Brown aka 'they didn't caught me' marked 21st birthday with touching message.
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