- Bobrisky has taken to social media to make it clear that no amount of trolling can bring him down
- The cross-dresser noted that people’s opinions are trash and he doesn’t let them get to him
- Bobrisky advised his followers to never allow other people have a say in how they run their lives
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Controversial cross-dresser Idris Okuneye aka Bobrisky has taken to social media to drop some words for people who have been attempting to bring him down with their words and opinions of him.
According to Bobrisky, one must learn to live life without paying attention to other people’s opinions.
Bobrisky stressed the importance of learning to live life to the fullest.
Speaking further, the cross-dresser advised his followers on Instagram to never allow anyone have a say in how they run the affairs of their lives.
Sighting an example to drive his point home, the effeminate celebrity noted that if a person dies, no one will willingly follow such person to the grave.
"Never allow anybody have a say in your life... let me give u an example. Just imagine you die today, do u think anyone would love to die with u? Even some couples when one of them die, do u think d wife or husband will love to be buried with his/her partner," Bobrisky wrote.
Concluding his post, the cross-dresser reiterated the importance of living life to the fullest. He also added that he has grown a thick skin that does not let the words of internet trolls get to him.
See his post below:
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This is coming days after Bobrisky was ridiculed in the online community for attending his father’s birthday celebration dressed as a man.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Bobrisky explained his reason for showing up at his dad’s residence in a less dramatic look. Bobrisky said there was nothing wrong with what he wore and that he decided to look understated because he was not the celebrant.
In his words: “There is absolutely nothing wrong with what am wearing... I wore a face cap and a black jalabia. I’m not d celebrant I don’t have to paint face to my dad house. I respect my family. Oh you think my parent don’t see my IG. Mtcwww.”
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