Barely few months after an Abidjan based Ivorian lady tattooed the full name of famous nigerian cross dresser Idris Okuneye Olarenwanju popularly called Bobrisky on her thighs, she is in Nigeria at the expense of Bobrisky
The lady identified on instagram as Oye Kyme took the bold step to draw a tattoo of all bobrisky's name on her body even though they had not met physical before. Well! Trust Bobrisky who's always splashing his fans with goodies and money. This gesture by Oye didn't go unnoticed.
She was flown into Nigeria at the expense of Bobrisky, and she obviously has been enjoying herself and getting a reward of being a loyal fan of Bobrisky. Infact, Bobrisky refers to her as her daughter.
In an instagram post made earlier today by Bobrisky via his Official and verified Instagram account, Bobrisky promises to pamper Oye. In his own words "Dont worry love (Oye), I will spend my last kobo on you to make you look so pretty, so that a rich man can come for your hand in marriage from me. You are never going back to your country again. If your parents want to see you, I will fly them to Nigeria. My country looks good on you"
Bobrisky is known for extending helping hands to many people on social media, this promise to Oye is not coming as a surprise. More so, in the last few months he has splashed cash and gifts to other fans that did one tatoo or the other of his name or face on their body.
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