- Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky, was recently called out on social media for his lack of involvement in the End SARS protest
- Bobrisky replied his critics by asking them why they didn’t join the protest themselves instead of waiting for him
- The cross-dresser cited the example of how people were so keen on going out to show support for BBNaija housemates but were waiting for celebs to join protests
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Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky, recently shared his thoughts on the widely publicised End SARS protests that rocked the nation and celebrities’ involvement in it.
The cross-dresser was dragged online by detractors who were not pleased with him for not participating in the protest and he had a mouthful for them.
Bobrisky asked his critics about what happened to their own legs that they were waiting on him to join the protest before they did.
Further in his rant, the cross-dresser said that if the issue on ground was the popular BBNaija reality show, the people would have no problem using their feeding money to vote for those who would still ignore their request for pictures when they eventually become famous.
Bobrisky accompanied the post with a caption where he appreciated celebs such as Tiwa Savage and Toke Makinwa who joined the march.
His caption reads:
“Don’t let me slap u o ! Everything must be celebrity to move first rubbish. Thanks to @tokstarr and @TiwaSavage. God bless u guys! #EndSarsProtests."
See a screenshot of his post below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian comedian, Mr Macaroni, lent his voice to the End SARS protest, to the joy of fans on social media.
The funnyman joined a host of others on the field and he also addressed Lagos state government officials during the march to their office.
While speaking to the chief of staff, the comedian explained how it was not too much for citizens to make demands from the people they elected into office. He recounted how he once protested during xenophobia attacks and they were told to bring a letter which they eventually did and nothing was done.
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