Crossdresser, Bobrisky’s former personal assistant, Oye Kyme, has taken to social media to lament the decisions she has made in the past that have “ruined her life” as she sought fame and fortune.
The Ivorian – who burst onto the scene in 2021 after tattooing controversial transvestite, Bobrisky – admits that her time with the Male Barbie was a horrible decision that almost cost her life.
It is worth recalling that Oye Kyme became an internet sensation, especially on the Nigerian web space when Bobrisky flew her to Nigeria and vowed to change her life for the better for being a dedicated fan and enduring the pain of getting his full name tattooed on her arm.
Shortly after, the duo split after a heated argument over Oye Kymes’ allegations that Bobrisky physically assaulted her during their three-month stint with the socialite.
“Am done have been hiding for so long now am showing your real face to the world wicked human being that lier have been with for 3month supporting you in your lie trying to accept you the way you are wicked man lier!#”, She had stated, in part.
Meanwhile, in May 2022, the brand-influencer dove into the adult film industry, releasing her first video on a popular porn website.
Well, it may seem that Oye Kyme has now turned a new leaf as she took to social media moments ago to advise her fans and followers to be content with what they have and be proud of where they come from.
In a touching video she shared on social media, she admitted that in her quest to become a celebrity, she did a lot of things for clout and her life hasn’t been the same ever since.
However, she noted that she is grateful for life and believes that she can make a difference in her future.
In her words,
“My message in this video is to be content with what you have in life and be proud of where you come from. I wanted to be a celeb so bad, chase clout. I almost lost my life chasing this stupid clout. Today my life is no more the same…Sometimes I sit down and see how I destroyed my life by taking stupid decision because of the love of money, but am still grateful for my life I can still make a change for my future.”