James Brown, the controversial Nigerian cross-dresser, says he will be giving his life to Jesus Christ.

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In a now now-viral video recently shared on his Instagram page, the transvestite claimed that he went to heaven during the period he was unwell and realised that “God really loves me”.

Brown also disclosed that he has forgiven everyone he had a misunderstanding with, adding that “there’s no gain in fighting”.

“I wasn’t feeling fine. I went to heaven and I came back. And I feel like sharing my experience and from that I know God really loves me,” Brown can be heard saying.

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“Whoever I’ve offended or whoever offended me, I’ve forgiven you. There’s no gain in fighting, so I’m not interested in fighting. Moving forward I’ll be giving my life to Christ.

“I know it’s funny but Jesus loves me and I’m proud to give my life to Christ.”

Brown, whose real name is Obialor James, started pulling the weight of fame after a video where he made a grammatical blunder “They didn’t caught me” following his arrest went viral.

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In 2018, police operatives had arrested him and 46 others during a raid on a hotel in the Egbeda axis of Lagos state.

They were thereafter charged with alleged public display of affection with members of same-sex and kept at the Ikoyi correctional facility.

The court, however, dismissed the case last year, citing “lack of diligent prosecution.”

The spotlight has, however, continued to beam on the cross-dresser over his feud with Bobrisky, the self-acclaimed transgender.

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