- Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, popularly known as Bobrisky, seems to have made someone fall in love with him
- Bobrisky showed off a message he received from a man who proposed marriage to him on social media
- The socialite then said that the man should go and look for a wife in his village because he looked hungry
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Popular Nigerian socialite and cross-dresser, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, who is well known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to reveal that he receives love requests from admirers.
The socialite took to social media via his Instagram page to speak on how someone proposed to him and what he thought about it.
The young man shared a screenshot of the message he received from the admirer. In the snap, the admirer had asked for Bobrisky’s hand in marriage as he claimed to love him very much.
The cross-dresser then replied to the admirer in the caption of his post. He noted that the admirer looked hungry and said that he was not ready to suffer with any man.
Bobrisky also advised the admirer to go and look for a wife in his village.
In his words: “He want to marry me awwwwww. Dis one that look so hungry. My brother go pick wife for village jare! I can’t suffer with any man. Mtcwwww”.
See the post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Bobrisky took to social media to brag about making it in life as he claimed that billionaires chase after him.
The effeminate celebrity recently took to the platform to make it known and clear that he is already successful in life. According to him, Instagram likes do not translate to anything meaningful for him.
Bragging further, Bobrisky disclosed that it is men in the ranks of billionaires that chase after him, He said broke men do not have any business liking him.
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