I Can D!e For Wizkid” – Bobrisky Threatens To Beat Any Women Seeking For Wizkid’s Affections


Idris Okunneye, often identified as Bobrisky, a controversial Nigerian crossdresser, has proclaimed his everlasting love for Nigerian superstar Wizkid.

Bobrisky revealed in an Instagram live session that his love for Wizkid can cause him to die for him and that no woman can compete with him.

According to Bobrisky, he is willing to battle and chase any women that try to compete with him for Wizkid’s affection with his money.

Bobrisky, on the other hand, has been chastised by a critic for commending Wizkid’s private life.

This follows reports on the internet that the musician owns a private plane that he kept hidden until the Afro Nation festival.

Bobrisky, who is known for his public displays of affection, praised Wizkid and stated that a low-key existence is an ideal.

“I told u people lowkey life is the best and no one lives that life better than Wizkid. Wizkid bought a private jet and did not make noise. If is others we will not hear anything again”.

The critic called out the crossdresser’s hypocrisy by pointing out that he does not live such a lifestyle.

He questioned whether it was the crossdresser who posted it because he never follows his own advice.

He observed Bobrisky’s habit of broadcasting everything he does.

Saying “Shey na Bobrisky really post this thing? Bcos you don’t practice what you preach, you wey be sey if you wan drink water the whole nation go know!”. 

There’s drama everywhere. lol


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