In the world of internet sensations and content creators, James Obialor, popularly known as James Brown, has carved a unique niche for himself. Hailing from Lagos State, Nigeria, this young talent gained prominence as a dancer and content creator. However, he also faced controversy as a cross dresser, which added to his intriguing online persona. Let’s delve into the life, career, and personal journey of James Brown, the vibrant Nigerian sensation.
James Brown Early Life:
James Brown was born on February 22, 2000, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Obialor in Lagos state, Nigeria. Despite growing up in Lagos, he belongs to the Igbo tribe from the Southeastern part of the country. Fluent in the Yoruba language, James later embarked on a journey that would lead him to become a renowned content creator.
James Brown Career Breakthrough:
The year 2018 marked a turning point in James Brown’s life when he came into the limelight in a rather unexpected manner. A video surfaced showing him among 57 individuals allegedly arrested for being homosexuals at a Lagos hotel. The viral video earned him the nickname “They Didn’t Catch Me.” Despite the speculation and controversy, James denied the allegations and clarified that he was at the club to dance and entertain.