- Elliot Page came out as transgender in December 2020 and has been the topic of controversial conversation ever since
- The Juno actor said he was finally living his truth and had already started transitioning
- Shortly after, the star posted a photo of his face looking all masculine and thanked his fans for all their support and love
- Elliot has revealed that he realised he knew he wanted to be male back when he was just nine years old
In 2020, fans of The Umbrella Academy learnt that one of their favourite characters chose to transition from a woman to a man.
Elliot Page, who was formerly known as Ellen, announced on social media that he is transgender and had already started transitioning. He thanked his family and loved ones for sticking by him through the process and supporting his decision to embrace his truth.
The actor who is in his 30s also added that he supported everyone who was going through the same journey but could not share it with their loved ones.
Three months after the big announcement, the celebrity, who starred in Juno, has told Time that he first knew he wanted to be a boy when he was nine years old.
Elliot remembered cutting his hair short and telling his mum that he wanted to be a boy.
“I felt like a boy. I asked my mum whether I would be one someday,” Elliot stated.
When he stepped into acting, the award-winning star felt like he could not look at photos of himself whenever he stepped out in feminine clothes.
He was living a lie.
“I just never recognised myself,” the Hollywood actor said.
Elliot dropped his original name Ellen after transitioning to a man.The actor revealed this through an Instagram post that announced he was transgender.
His fans supported the 33-year-old and assured him they loved the chap for being truthful and authentic.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dr Rebecca Malope took to social media recently to respond to a joke. A tweep shared a clip of a young lady who sang Big Zulu's Imali Eningi just like the gospel singer.
The video of the singer, identified only identified as Mbali, has been viewed more than 304 000 times.
It has also garnered more than 17 000 likes. Ma Ribs took to Twitter recently and shared her thoughts on the video. She responded very positively to the hilarious clip.
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