Popular crossdresser, Bobrisky has come under fire again for the flimsy excuse he made on why he hasn’t moved to his N400million mansion.
It’s no longer news that the self-acclaimed male barbie, acquired a mansion worth N400million and threw an elaborate pre-house warming party.
Since the party, many expected the crossdresser to have moved into his house but it seems Bobrisky wouldn’t be moving into his new home anytime soon.
The socialite while addressing his fans’ query on why he hasn’t moved, assured them that he owns the house and would move on his own time.
He told the public not to rush him and that he was working on the interior.
According to Bobrisky, he is the landlady and at such, he doesn’t need to be rushed.
His response didn’t sit well with many as they tackled him for always coming up with lies to back himself up.
diaryofakitchenlover : This lifestyle is hard mehn
etta_xoxo : One thing about lie is once you start you will be looking for more to cover up the previous one your house or not enjoy..
izepretty : You did housewarming party for a house you have not finished? This Instagram eh
im_boobae : But you rush do house opening. No bi when complete them dey do house warming?
veevynae_ : Senior man always serving us cold zobo
realujunwamandy : You never finish house you don do house warming!!! Really
klerfix_hipg : Mama no be your house if na your house you go don pepper us with everything finish
Kemi Filani news recalls that a controversial faceless blogger had unveiled the alleged owner of Bobrisky’s four hundred million naira (N400, 000, 000) mansion following his lavish housewarming party in Lagos state.
Gist Lover alleged that Bobrisky’s housewarming party was one of his means to earn money.
According to a chat shared by Gist Lover with an unidentified personality, Bobrisky’s 400 million naira mansion belongs to an identity nicknamed Federal. The property was released to Bobrisky because EFCC was on the radar of Federal, who could not come into the country.
She warned Bobrisky to cease spreading rumours of his achievements to mislead the hard-working youths, stating he was using another person’s property to chase clout.