- Popular crossdresser, Bobrisky has addressed reports that he refused to help an old woman who went viral and her grandson
- According to the socialite, he brought them to Lagos to make their lives better but he realised that the grandson, Goodluck was a fraudster
- Bobrisky noted that he got complaints from the hotel management where he lodged them that they were smoking
Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Bobisky has decided to open up about how he helped an old woman and her grandson, Goodluck, who reached out to him for help.
In a video sighted by Legit.ng where he addressed claims that he abandoned them in the village, Bob said he had been informed by people even before he reached out to Goodluck that he is a scam.
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Bobrisky continued by saying that he sent them money to feed and still paid for their flight tickets to get them to Lagos.
Refusing to judge based on hearsay, Bobrisky got the less privileged pair to his house and lodged them at a hotel after feeding and taking care of them.
He continued by saying that he catered for all the expenses at the hotel, only for Goodluck and his grandmother to show up the next day smelling like cigarettes.
The crossdresser said that he got a call from the authorities complaining about the fact that they smoked and their excuse was that the room was too cold.
Bobrisky revealed that he was heartbroken by their actions, but he still decided to listen to their problem so that he could help them regardless.
By the third day, the old woman and her grandson insisted on going back to the village after dropping weak excuses and Bobrisky paid for their flight back to Calabar.
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This was after he gave good luck an additional N100k to fix their roof in the village after he had sprayed his grandma N200k cash.
Bobrisky also said that he never heard from Goodluck after that regarding the repairs until he texted to ask for the N1m he had promised them which he ignored.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the views and opinions of Nigerians regarding Bobrisky's statement:
"Bob is actually a good person even if you no like him or she."
"They just make it so hard to help others that truly need this help. It's really unfair."
"The guy is an ungrateful soul I don’t need to watch this video till the end. This is one the major reasons so many people stop helping others."
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"Even if he sent them 10k he tried! A total stranger?"
"Bobrisky is living a fake life, that is what I can say."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bobrisky promised to take the first set of people that tattooed his name and image on their bodies to Dubai.
However, as more people joined the list, the crossdresser said that he would be sharing N3 million among all of them.
According to him, he would ensure that the money went round.