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Double Trouble For Bobrisky




It is indeed double trouble for popular cross dresser, Bobrisky.

Days after the venue of his birthday party was sealed off by policemen, he  has suffered another misfortune.

The time, its his car that has been repossed by the dealer who originally sold it to him.

The car was repossed after Bobrisky failed to meet up with the payment schedule.

While reacting to the repossession of his car, Bobrisky called out the dealer on Instagram tagging him a wicked persom, while asking for a refund.

Reacting, the dealer asked the social media rave to pay up and get his car.

He wrote: “#bobrisky222 please pay your balance and you get you car re-delivered immediately. Have been more than nice in condoling your attitudes and still very nice to tell my agent to go ahead and deliver the car to you just so you can use it for your birthday. My agent had to go to the police station to write series of statements and provide all necessary documents before the car was released to him; as the location it was kept was already sealed up by the police,” he wrote in parts.

Recall that Bobrisky’s 28 birthday was taken over by officers of the Lagos State Police Command on Saturday, August 31.

According to the cross dresser, he spent 19 Million Naira preparing for the party.

Earlier today, he offered to give the cake from his cancelled birthday party to any couple set to marry.

Interestingly, this comes after the cross dresser lost an endorsement deal, with the plug of the contract having been pulled out and the boutique owner asking for a refund of her initial payment.

Interestingly, this whole episode follows a threat by the Director-General of the National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe to deal with Bobrisky.

The DG had called out Bobrisky last week, labelling him a National disgrace who would soon be dealt with by the government if caught on the street.

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