- Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris ‘Bobrisky’ Okuneye, has asked fans a funny question on social media
- The controversial celebrity asked if fans would not like to live the fake life if it gets them the latest cars, a house in Lekki and first-class flights abroad
- The self-acclaimed male Barbie doll has been in the news countless times for allegedly faking wealth on social media
The entertainment industry might look very glamorous to onlookers on the outside, but there is no doubt that the mantra of many celebrities is to fake it till they make it.
Oftentimes, people are able to get better deals and juicy bonuses just because they were able to understand the market and act accordingly.
Sometimes, a number of celebrities have made the news for living fake lives and pretending to be what they are not on social media. It is actually a topic of discussion amongst many internet users, why stars feel the need to live fake lives and also pressuring others to do same.
In the past, there have been stories of celebs pretending to fly first class when they actually flew economy or a star posting photos of fancy pets, claiming them to be hers when they are not or of another star sharing a bag filled with wads of cash when in actual fact he stole the photo from somewhere else.
Well, controversial Nigerian celebrity, Bobrisky, has shared his take on living a fake life. The popular cross-dresser is wondering if people would not prefer to live the fake life if it gets them first-class trips to fancy locations, luxury rides or a house in highbrow areas?
Bobrisky wrote: “Question. Don’t laugh pls. If fake life is making you buy Range Rover 2019, flying first class, owned house in lekki biko won’t you fake it too? Lmao.”
See his post below:
Recall that Bobrisky has been in the news on countless occasions for living a fake life. Just recently, it was reported that he was arrested and his cars were seized.
According to the gist going round, the effeminate celebrity was picked up on the night of January 23 at his residence inside Bera Estate, Chevron Drive, in Lekki and taken to an unknown destination.
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