- A rumour claiming that Nigerian cross-dresser Bobrisky was arrested and taken to custody recently surfaced online
- It was also claimed that Bobrisky's cars were all seized after he was arrested
- However, the cross-dresser has now come out to debunk the rumour, saying he was never arrested
Earlier this Friday, January 24, it was reported that Nigerian cross-dresser Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, was arrested. It was also claimed that his cars were seized from his home in Lekki area of Lagos state.
The male barbie has, however, debunked the rumour after the news broke on social media. The cross-dresser shared a post on his Instagram page to put a stop to the rumour.
In the post, he noted that he was never arrested and his cars were not seized. He also asked that people to endeavour to get their news right before sharing it.
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Bobrisky went further to shut down the rumour by sharing a live video on Instagram. In the live video, the male barbie said he was driving his Range Rover and he was stuck in traffic.
He responded to the fans asking him to show his face by saying he could not direct the camera to his face because he was driving and showed them the view of the traffic.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the news of the cross-dresser's arrest had gotten mixed reactions. While a few commended the police on the arrest, others believe it is a misplaced priority on the part of the police.
Some Nigerians noted that there are more pressing issues facing the country than Bobrisky's lifestyle choices.
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