Bobrisky has stirred up reactions on Facebook after he announced the price of his 'Aso Ebi' material for an upcoming party.
Just a few hours after his birthday party, the popular Nigerian Crossdresser announced that his housewarming party would be coming up in October. He claims to have bought his new house for the sum of 450 million Naira as a birthday gift to himself.
What seemed rather outrageous to some of his fans was not the price of his new house but the price placed on the official cloth material to be worn on the day of the supposed event.
Bobrisky placed a price tag of 200 thousand Naira for the cloth material and some of his followers are not happy about it.
Here is a screenshot of his post on Facebook.
Here are some reactions from his followers on social media.
I don't think he did wrong placing such price on the cloth material, I believe it's a reflection of the calibre and class of people he expects to receive in his party.
What do you think?
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