Lady exposes cross-dresser Bobrisky over N4m debt after breach of contract

Lady exposes cross-dresser Bobrisky over N4m debt after breach of contract

- A businesswoman has called out Nigeria’s popular cross-dresser Bobrisky on social media

- The woman identified simply as Jenny accused Bobrisky of breaching their contract

- Jenny also called on the cross-dresser to pay her back the N4 million he was paid for the job

A businesswoman identified simply as Jenny has taken to social media to call out popular cross-dresser and socialite Idris Okuneye, known as Bobrisky, over a breach of contract. The lady shared a series of videos on her Instagram page to expose the cross-dresser.

The businesswoman, who is the owner of a skincare line, explained that she paid Bobrisky N4 million to advertise her products on his page. She noted that the contract stated that Bobrisky would not advertise other skincare brands during the contract period.

However, Bobrisky failed to follow the contract and went ahead to advertise other brands. She explained that the socialite breached their contract by doing so.

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Jenny said she only wants to collect her N4million back from the cross-dresser. She also claimed that Bobrisky has been cursing her family in her direct message while pretending to be apologetic on his Instagram feed.

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Meanwhile, had reported a while ago that the cross-dresser trended on social media after he was allegedly arrested. It was gathered that the self-acclaimed African male barbie landed himself in trouble with the law.

According to the report, 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. He was, however, brought back to move his cars.

However, Bobrisky later took to social media to debunk the claims. He noted that he was driving his Range Rover when he heard the claims. He also noted that his cars were not seized by the police.

The popular 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. The socialite also asked people to endeavour to get their news right before sharing it.

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