- Bobrisky has taken to social media to warn people as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread
- The cross-dresser urged people not to cough or sneeze around him
- The announcement was made known via his Instagram page
Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to warn his fans and followers.
In a post which he appears to have either deleted or archived on his Instagram, the cross-dresser threatened to slap anybody who coughs or sneezes near him.
In his words: “Don’t cough or sneeze around me, please. I take God beg you. If you do, I will slap you.”
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Below is a screenshot of the post:
For a few years now, Bobrisky and Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh have amazed their fans and followers on social media with their friendship.
The male Barbie and the actress have maintained a cordial relationship and they always flaunt their friendship for the world to see.
The friends have taken trips together and often defended themselves against their critics. While Bobrisky is the most hit of the criticism, Tonto always stands up for him unashamedly.
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Meanwhile, Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, has taken to social media to warn people against exposing themselves to the deadly COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.
In a recent post, he warned people not to be deceived by pastors who claim to have the powers to cure the virus. The veteran comedian said this as he advised people to remain at home and protect themselves.
Still on the virus, Nollywood actress Hilda Dokubo has taken to social media to react to the spread of coronavirus also know as COVID-19 in Nigeria.
The veteran actress in a recent post called on men of God who believe they possess the powers of healing, to go into the hospitals and heal people affected by the virus.
In her words: “Can all the pastors who are convinced that they have supernatural powers to heal go to the hospitals and lay hands on those infected? So this virus can go back to where it came from and we can return to our normal lives.”
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