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Is being a public figure illegal in Nigeria? -Bob risky queries as he responds to more recent accusations made against him

Strange Bobrisky, a crossdresser from Nigeria, has responded to the accusations made against him at his housewarming party by one of the event coordinators.

The DJ jockey who handled his party called out the male barbie once more for an overdue debt that has been brought up over the past few weeks.

At the self-proclaimed barbie’s housewarming celebration, the Dj had lashed out since he hadn’t been paid for the service he provided.

In response, Bobrisky submitted screenshots of their communication with the event manager to dispute his assertions.

He said that he had paid the woman who handled his event’s invoices in full.

Given that he had paid all of his bills, he urged the DJ to go see the lady who had hired him.

Bobrisky questioned whether it was illegal to be a celebrity in Nigeria because whatever he does is immediately blogged.

“HELL NO, I’M NOT RESPONDING TO DIS BECAUSE OF THAT FACELESS BLOGGER! However, I’m responding to criticism because my fans have told me not to believe everything I see on social media. THIS IS A CONFIRMATION MESSAGE THAT THE LADY WHO HANDLES MY EVENT HAS SORTED ALL MY BILLS ONE WEEK BEFORE MY PARTY. I am unfamiliar with you, Mr. DJ, therefore if you haven’t received payment, go meet Wunmi for your money. WUNMI CALLED YOU RATHER THAN ME. IS IT A CRIME IN NIGERIA TO BE A PUBLIC FIGURE? Did I mention that I’m afraid of you calling out in my blog post, Amy Small Things Straight? YOU ALL, INCLUDING GISTLOVER, ARE MAD. You all had better call me right away because I don’t care! The blog is just able to rant on that page; it cannot do anything else. Only to rant and maintain silence. O, I RESOLVE MY CASE. SUCCESS ON YOUR DAY.

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