Cross-dresser Bobrisky reveals he spends N25k for every makeup beat

Cross-dresser Bobrisky reveals he spends N25k for every makeup beat

- Nigerian cross-dresser Bobrisky has revealed how much he pays his makeup artist

- The cross-dresser noted that he pays his makeup artist N25k for every beat

- Bobrisky also claimed that he would not allow the coronavirus shutdown to stop him from slaying

Popular Nigerian cross-dresser Idris Okuneye, known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to reveal how much he pays his makeup artist for every facebeat.

As coronavirus cases continue to increase in Nigeria, the government asked Nigerians to stay indoors in order to contain the spread of the virus. Many people have continued to share their frustrations from being cooped up at home.

For the cross-dresser, the shutdown period would not stop him from slaying like he usually does all the time. He shared a video of himself in a full makeup beat.

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In the video shared on his Instagram page, the male barbie's makeup artist could be seen applying his makeup.

Bobrisky also revealed that he pays his makeup artist N25,000 for every facebeat he gets.

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As of now, the Nigeria Center for Disease Control has confirmed that Nigeria has 89 confirmed cases with three discharged and one dead. Lagos has 59 cases, Abuja has 14 cases, Ogun has 3 cases, Enugu has 2 cases, Ekiti has 1 case, Oyo has 3 cases, Edo has 2 cases, Bauchi has 2 cases, Osun has 1 case, Rivers has 1, and Benue has 1.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that the Nigerian crossdresser asked if the coronavirus pandemic has turned to a Christmas period or public holiday. The controversial crossdresser took to his Instagram page to express displeasure that people are begging others for money during the period of coronavirus pandemic.

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He wrote on Instagram: “Wait, is COVID-19 a Christmas period or public holiday? Why are you asking for money? I weak."

As Nigeria and the world battles with coronavirus, Nigerian celebrities are using their resources to bless others by doing giveaways online. The pandemic has forced businesses to shut down, and the federal and state governments are doing all they can to stop the spread of the virus. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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