"Is it a crime to be a public figure in Nigeria?” - Bobrisky cries out, issues explanation after being called out over unpaid debt
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“Is it a crime to be a public figure in Nigeria?” – Bobrisky cries out, issues explanation after being called out over unpaid debt

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Nigerian crossdresser, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, popularly known as Bobrisky has reacted after being accused of denying payment.

Recall that, the crossdresser hosted a lavish housewarming party for is 400 million naira mansion.

However, after the event, the crossdresser was called out for not paying for the services rendered to him. Some of the people who called him out are the Disc Jockey and the baker of the alleged 2 million naira cake.

Reacting to this, Bobrisky disclosed that he has sorted all his bills and asked the DJ to meet the event planner for his payment. She furthermore, asked if it was a crime to be a public figure in Nigeria.

Bobrisky explained that she’s no longer scared of being called out online. The crossdresser went on further to attach screenshots of chats she had with the event planner in the post.

In his words:

“I’m not responding to dis because of that faceless blogger hell no!! But rather responding to dis because of my fans not to believe everything you see on gram. Dis is a confirmation message that have sorted all my bills from the lady who handle my event 1 week to my party. I don’t know you mr dj so if you aren’t been paid go and meet Wunmi for ur money. Wunmi contacted you not me. Is it a crime to be a public figure in Nigeria? Amy small thing blog straight did I tell you I’m scared of you calling out? You are all mad including gistlover. You all better strat calling me out cos me no care o! Gistlover can only rant on that page the blog cannot do anything else. Only to rant and keep quiet. I rest my case o. Have a wonderful day”.

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