Nigerian crossdresser James Brown have recounted his childhood, relationship with his mother and sexual taste in his latest interview.
He disclosed in his interview with HipTV how people should be instilled of the knowledge that being gay is not a crime and also recounted his experience with his parents during his childhood and his current relationship with his mother.
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“Being gay is not a crime, it’s not a bad thing. It’s people’s lifestyle abroad, in the U.S. I don’t like people labelling me gay because I haven’t said it. Let me be the one to say it”.
“I talk to my dad, but I don’t talk to my mother. I won’t call her a wicked woman but she never cared about me. She sees my dad in me because they used to have this personal conflict. So anytime I am always around her, she sees me as my dad and always aggressive around me.”
“Because of that, we don’t have a good relationship. I was traumatized growing up, I wanted to be loved by my parents despite their differences. I just wanted to be loved and be taken care of. I never had that. I got me depressed. My parents breakup traumatized me”
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