- Bobrisky has taken to social media to reveal how he plans to surprise his dad on his birthday
- The popular crossdresser shared a video of a convoy of expensive-looking cars seemingly on their way to his father's house
- Bobrisky, however, did not specify if one of the cars was for his father
Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju better known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to reveal his plans to surprise his dear father on his birthday.
The popular effeminate brand influencer who has a following of over two million on Instagram is no stranger to flaunting his affluence online.
In the video shared to his Instagram page, a convoy of cars which included his white Range Rover, a Toyota Camry and a Highlander are seen driving off towards what Bobrisky revealed is his father's house.
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Watch the video below:
Only a few days ago, Bobrisky took to social media to share his thoughts on the arrest of Dubai-based Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi.
In a recent post shared to his Instagram page, Bobrisky tagged people criticizing Hushpuppi as hypocrites. According to the self-acclaimed male barbie, these same people were once in the big money spender's DM asking for money.
Bobrisky who stated that he knew he would receive backlash for the post, expressed his support for Hushpuppi whose lavish lifestyle earned him popularity on Instagram.
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Meanwhile, former Nollywood actress, Regina Askia‘s stunning daughter, Teesa made quite a lovely recreation of two of her mother’s throwback photos.
The US-based film star shared the photos to her Instagram page and it is simply beautiful to see that Askia passed on her good looks to her lovely girls.
In the first collage, Askia is seen rocking an olive green print halter-neck and wearing an up-do hairstyle which was trendy back in the late 90s and early 2000s. Teesa recreated the look but used a black halter-neck top.
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