- Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris Okuneye aka Bobrisky, has taken to social media to address fans for the umpteenth time regarding his recent photos
- The popular cross-dresser left many surprised after he was spotted dressed as a man to attend his father’s birthday
- A fan questioned Bobrisky about his choice of outfit and the cross-dresser said he chose to be understated because he was not the celebrant
Nigerians on social media are used to the antics of popular cross-dresser, Bobrisky, and not many thought they could ever be surprised again by anything he does.
Well, Bobrisky left many people beyond surprised after he abandoned his feminine clothes and opted for male ones to visit his father.
Photos and videos made the rounds on social media of Bobrisky dressed as a man to attend his father’s birthday party. The cross-dresser looked very different without his heavy makeup and shiny clothes. Instead, he wore a simple black jalabiya and a green and red fez cap.
The photos led to a series of reactions on social media as many could not believe their eyes that Bobrisky would dress like a man.
Bobrisky recently shared a post on his Instagram page and a curious fan took to the comment section to ask him why he looked so modest at his father’s birthday.
To that, Bobrisky responded that there was nothing wrong with what he was wearing and that he decided to look understated because he was not the celebrant.
In his words: “There is absolutely nothing wrong with what am wearing... I wore a face cap and a black jalabia. I’m not d celebrant I don’t have to paint face to my dad house. I respect my family. Oh you think my parent don’t see my IG. Mtcwww”.
See a screenshot of his comment below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Bobrisky reacted to his manly photos at his father's birthday. The young man said he always knows what to do to shake the internet.
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