Daniel Anthony Nsikan, the Nigerian transgender fashion enthusiast popularly known as Jay Boogie, has cried out after undergoing what appeared to be a failed plastic surgery.


In a series of posts via his Instastory on Wednesday, Jay Boogie called out a surgeon identified as Dinma of Curvy Girl Essentials.

The transgender also shared photos and details of the doctor who she claimed performed the surgery as well as the name of the clinic which is believed to be located in Lekki, Lagos.

He asked the public to hold the doctor and the health facility responsible “if anything happens to me”.


“This surgeon wants to kill me please, I have a medical emergency. If anything happens to me, it is Dr. Dinma from Curvy Girl Essentials,” he wrote.

“If anything happens to me, this hospital and doctor Dinma are responsible.”

Similarly, Loveth Jennifer, a Namibia-based Nigerian doctor, accused the surgeon and clinic of medical negligence.


Jennifer said Jay Boogie has been “unable to pass urine for 24 hours now after surgery”.

She alleged that the hospital abandoned the transgender and “claimed she has kidney issues”.

“Nothing must happen to Jay Boogie. Don’t think because she is a trans person in Nigeria then there are no people to fight for her,” she wrote via Instagram.

“Jay Boogie has not been able to pass urine for 24 hours now after surgery and you think it makes sense to dump her in a weird hospital and claim she has kidney issues?


“Your facility is not even in charge of taking him to the hospital? What do you think you are doing? Take full responsibility and take her to the hospital!

“How dare you even operate on her without the patient coming with family or friend? Is this what you people have turned Nigeria’s healthcare system to?

“Nigerians leave sexuality out of this! Focus on the issue which is medical negligence. What is wrong with us? Who she choose to share her bed with is none of our business! She needs help!”


The health facility has yet to react to the allegation as of the time of this report.

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