Bobrisky in trouble again

By Samuel Onyekwere

Things seem to be going from bad to worse for cross dresser, Okuneye
Idris Olarenwaju, aka Bobrisky, after the police shut down the venue
of her 28th birthday a few days back. Just a couple of days after the
incident, a popular car dealer, Jay Autos, has demanded that the
controversial cross dresser should return the car she hired even as
she has been unable to pay up the balance of the fee agreed by both

The message posted on the auto dealer’s instagram page reads, at
jautos #bobrisky222.
‘’ Please, pay your balance and you get your car re-delivered
immediately.  I have been more than nice in condoning 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’’.

‘’ We had a written agreement and it states that we still have full
security hold on the car until all payments have been fully made. We
gave you series of discount on this particular car just to support
your brand. For the record, we’ve delivered cars to over 200
Nigerians and it’s always been a very smooth and hassle free
transaction. I know you are really tensed right now and I am not happy
either about what happened about your birthday.
 I told you i will still send my support whichever way I can. So, I
don’t really get the part of bad luck!  Let me just assume its anger
that made you say all this. Peace and love Bob! #mrjayautos.

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