“I Just Want To Sleep And Never Wake Up Again” – Gracious Brown, James Brown Sister Shares Cryptic Post

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The sister of famed transgender blogger Gracious Brown has sparked widespread concern among online users after posting a distressing photo on her Instagram story.

The emotional admission has provoked fury and an outpouring of sympathy from fans and worried internet users alike.

Gracious Brown spoke up to her fans about her inner anguish, including her battle with suicidal thoughts and the challenges she faces in finding comfort in her life.

Gracious Brown quickly took to Instagram to post a touching picture of her eyes full of tears, revealing the depth of her suffering.

“I just want to sleep and never wake up again” - Gracious Brown, James Brown sister shares cryptic post

On her Instagram story, she wrote:

“I just want to sleep and never wake up again. I can’t live my life in peace again. This is too much for me.”

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“I Just Want To Sleep And Never Wake Up Again” – Gracious Brown, James Brown Sister Shares Cryptic Post
In other news, with the release of Anikulapo: Rise of the Spectre, conversations concerning Saro, played by Kunle Remi, and his endless womanizing have started.
Directed by Kunle Afolayan, the six-episode series debuted on Netflix on March 1. Kunle Remi reprised his role as the renowned Saro, whose passion for women endures throughout the narrative.However, the first episode of the Anikulapo series reveals that Saro did not just return from the dead, but was sent on a mission to kill the twenty people he brought back to life using the mystical powder obtained from the mystic bird.

However, the center of contention on social media appears to be his sex scene and romance with a new character, Olatorera, played by Oyindamola Sanni.

In one scenario, Saro approaches Olatorera sexually as they walk through some brush, and Olatorera eventually caves in.

The brief episode begins with Saro offering Olatorera a cunnilingus, sparking controversy regarding his love of women. Many argue that Saro has not matured, especially in light of the circumstances surrounding his death in Anikulapo.


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