- Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky, has taken to social media to brag about his wealth to fans
- The controversial socialite noted that he owns some luxury properties in the Lekki area of Lagos and also shared receipts
- Bob said he has already made part payment for a N800 million hotel in Lekki and he also owns a fuel station
Controversial Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky, is in the news again after bragging about his wealth and properties on social media.
Taking to his Snapchat page, Bobrisky went on a boasting spree where he spoke on his riches.
According to the socialite, he has a petroleum station in Lekki. Speaking further, Bob noted that his lawyer had asked him not to disclose the information and they decided to keep it a secret. The crossdresser also said a lot of people had already patronised his filling station.
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In another post, Bobrisky added that there was also a luxury hotel in Lekki that he has already made moves to purchase.
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The crossdresser noted that the hotel cost N800 million and he already made an initial payment of N230 million while spreading the payment across three instalments.
Not stopping there, Bob shared a screenshot of a purchase receipt where some important details about the location of the property was blurred out.
See the posts below:
Internet users react
Fans were not caught unawares by Bobrisky’s bragging spree on social media and a number of them seemed not to take him seriously.
Read some of their comments below:
“Another episode on “Things that never happened”.”
“Which politician dey use this one thief money invest…wherey dey disguise.”
“My lawyer asked me not to say it indeed.”
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“Baba is broke and is looking for who to deceive again if you like, go and send him money, na Oyo you Dey.”
“Whoever believes this will believe elephants fly. this one who has several court cases and can't pay up.”
“Linus and you’re always going to NNPC to buy fuel and you even recommended NNPC to us.”
“I thought his lawyer asked him not to share the information.”
“... and then a whole petrol station is described as "one unit of"... on the receipt, when it's not a flat. Iro po iro po iro po. Look at the signature of the person that received the 230M sef (looks like the person wrote "vendor" and then did jaga jaga over it. Looks like Salisu the gateman signed it. Too many things wrong with the receipt, don't even get me started.”
“This guy can lie for Africa.”
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“Believe bob at your own risk oo person wey dey catch cruise.”
“Lamba la’n je.”
Fans ask Bobrisky to return bag of money he showed off online
Bobrisky earlier sparked reactions after he shared a video of himself opening a bag filled with bundles of naira notes of high denominations on Snapchat with music playing in the background.
Bobrisky claimed that the money was from his man and his expensive lifestyle is the reason many people hated him.
The video got most of the people he was trying to oppress angry as they slammed him for living a fake life.