- Popular Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky recently graced an event where he showed the stuff he's made off
- Singer Yinka Ayefele performed at the event and sang a praise song for the crossdresser who sprayed money as he stepped on the dancefloor
- Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on the video
Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky has got people talking on social media after spraying cash at a recent event where Yinka Ayefele sang his praise.
Decked in blue traditional attire and headtie, the controversial crossdresser who wore gold pieces of jewellery danced to Ayefele's praise song as he sprayed cash.
In the video the crossdresser shared on his Instagram page, Ayefele changed Mega 99's hit song, Money, into a praise song for Bobrisky.
The crossdresser was also sprayed by one of the guests on the dancefloor as Ayefele thrilled everyone with his melodious voice.
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Social media reacts
Instagram users soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"Bob toh bad."
"You dey spray ,them dey spray you,doings."
"I love you maaaaaa."
"My mama dey tension people sha. My wedding you must come o! Love you to the end my internet sister."
"How i wish this is my marriage omg."
Bobrisky brags as he shows off dollars, bundles of naira notes he made at birthday party
Legit.ng previously reported that three days after popular crossdresser Bobrisky's 30th birthday, the male barbie was yet to get over the events of his big day.
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Bobrisky had been sharing photos showing the details of what went down, the influential people that attended, his stunning outfits, the food that was served, among other things.
In a video the male barbie posted on his Instagram page, Bobrisky showed off the money he made on his big day. The crossdresser was sprayed with both naira and dollar notes.
The camera later panned to a red chair where wads of naira notes were spotted.
Source: Legit.ng News