Should The Media Ignore Bobrisky To Make Him Less Valued?

Should The Media Ignore Bobrisky To Make Him Less Valued?
Nigerian cross dresser Bobrisky/ Photo credit: Instagram

Nigerian cross dresser, Bobrisky is getting more popular than some creative talents are in the country as media continues to write and publish more about him.

Bobrisky who denied being a gay in viral publications, has in some recent occasions align comments that suggest he’s actually a gay.

For example, when he opt to teach anyone who cares to know how to become a good gay how to o so.

Opinions on social media suggest that when the media write about him they make him popular and more valued, so he should be ignored completely. “There is nothing good to learn from Bobrisky,” one Kelechukwu a social network user said.

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Bobrisky has once taken up a philanthropic activity on the internet, when he announced putting aside N500,000 to assist pay a woman’s house rent, while the rest will be given to other lucky followers of his who needs assistance.

Next Bob. updated his Instagram page, instructing that no one should ask him for assistance again.

He said every week his hair do take N200,000, servicing his Mercedes Benz takes N70,000 and paying for the maintenance of his bills in one of the most expensive estate in Lagos where he lives takes a whooping  sum, so he usually pays a lot every month.

We kind of think Bobrisky is actually dragging the attention of the media to himself, if not so why present yourself as a source that can assist, yet push people away harshly and publicly when they run to you. People are meant to take up tasks they can shoulder.

Right about now, the people are suggesting that Bobrisky get little or no attention from the media, which they believe will trim his wings.

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After all he is not normal and he is a gay whether he accepts it or disputes it.

Opinions are that he wouldn’t accept being a gay publicly considering the penalty of 14 years jail term that await gays in Nigeria.

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