“I Pray It Doesn’t Take My Life”: Jay Boogie Alerts Nigerians, Says No One Is Donating Money to Him

“I Pray It Doesn’t Take My Life”: Jay Boogie Alerts Nigerians, Says No One Is Donating Money to Him

  • Popular Nigerian transgender Daniel Anthony Nsikan, aka Jay Boogie, has resumed crying out on his ordeal following a failed cosmetic surgery
  • On November 1, Legit.ng reported that the young man shared a series of disturbing posts
  • In a recent update, Jay stated that Nigerians have stopped donating to him, and all his life savings were being used up on diapers

Popular Nigerian transgender Daniel Anthony Nsikan, best known as Jay Boogie, has continued to seek the help of fellow citizens after a botched surgery left him sick.

Legit.ng reported that the transgender went online a few days ago to call out the surgeon who bungled his bum-lift operation.

Jay Boogie cries out about buying diapers
Jay Boogie cries out to netizens. Credit: @jay_boogie
Source: Instagram

He revealed the state of his health since the unsuccessful surgery and has been pleading for assistance.

A Namibian-based doctor alleged that Jay Boogie has been unable to pass urine since the unfortunate encounter.

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In a new update, Jay Boogie went on Instagram Live and discussed the difficulties he's been having. He blamed the surgeon for the decline in his health following the operation, stating that his life had been messed up.

Jay, however, stated that all his life savings have been lavished on diapers.

Watch him speak below

Nigerians react to Jay Boogie's outcry

Legit.ng captured the actions below

itsenake:
"The problem with most people is, they'll choose to comfort people with lies in form of admiration than tell them the truth, go to Jay's page and see people calling him sxy, go girl, you ate, beautiful and so on, instead of warning him to desist from such lifestyle. Now, his life is in danger and you lots are praying for God to save him, someone you all applauded when he was going astray, now his life is at stake. God made you a man and you referred to yourself as a woman.

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"trapped in a man's body, I pray those emulating you learn from this, I pray you desist from this madness and return back to your original gender when you get a second chance."

gwenshuga1:

"Where are the LGBTQ ⚧️ this is the time to help your kind."

hexsta:

"Nigeria is hard enough. If you make a decision, be ready to face the good and bad that comes out of it. I pray you get better. God heal you. People have things to do with their money."
kamso_sparks:
"I really feel sorry for him, I pray and hope God forgive him and give him a second chance."

_sassygrace:

"In as much as my human feelings no go gree me speak cold heartedly but I will say sth. Sheybi u feel say u sabi pass God wey create u. Now u don use ur hand kote nsogbu, may God forgive u nd grant u."

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How Bobrisky reacted to Jay Boogie fighting for his life

In other news, Legit.ng reported that popular Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky reacted online to Jay Boogie's failed cosmetic surgery.

In the viral post, the Mummy of Lagos rejoiced karma had finally visited Jay Boogie.

On Instagram, Bobrisky claimed that Boogie shaded and insulted him after he got his surgery done and bragged about having a natural body.

Source: Legit.ng

Authors:
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Chinasa Afigbo (Editor) Chinasa Afigbo is a pop culture/music journalist and content writer with over four years of experience in other mainstream media organisations, including Vanguard Media and Guardian Life. She holds a degree in Information Management Technology from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO). She also moved on to pursue courses in writing & media communications. Chinasa has also been published in other Intl journals, like The African Report. Reach her at: chinasa.afigbo@corp.legit.ng.

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