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I won’t stop calling people out – VDM dares police

Controversial social media activist VeryDarkMan (VDM) has vowed to continue calling out people despite that he was recently arrested and detained by the police in Abuja.

According to VDM, he was not arrested by Actress Tonto Dike or Crossdresser Bobrisky. He said what landed him in police net was the video he made recently claiming that gay legislators are the ones protecting Bobrisky.

In a video shared on his Instagram, VDM said, “When I came out of detention, I read somewhere that it was Tonto Dikeh who detained me. She can never detain me, I don’t care about her connection. The truth is that I was detained for the video I made calling for Bobrisky’s arrest and my claims that he was being protected by gay lawmakers. My detention is just a little sacrifice. They will still arrest me for my subsequent videos.”

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Furthermore, the activist vowed to become a crossdresser if popular transvestite Bobrisky is not arrested.

The Force Police Public Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, while reacting to VDM’s call to arrest Bobrisky, had earlier explained that the force cannot arrest transvestites because crossdressing is not a crime in Nigeria.

Adejobi said the force cannot act on the allegations that some crossdressers are gay which is a natural crime because there has not been enough evidence to prosecute them.

Reacting, VeryDarkMan vowed to become a crossdresser and use the female restroom if popular crossdressers like Bobrisky are not arrested.

“Since the police say crossdressing is legal, I will soon start crossdressing. I will give them one week after I drop my petition against Bobrisky. If Bobrisky is not arrested, I will become a crossdresser and use the female restroom.”

 

 

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