"Start frying Akara at Abule junction", Bobrisky blasts prophetess who said he may die in 2019
By Marioslide | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 2933 views
Bobrisky slams prophetess who claimed that he may not make it pass 2019.
It would be recalled that sometimes in 2019 popular prophetess, Dr Blessing Chindima Prince released a prophecy that Idris okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky may not make it pass 2019 because he will be struck with a deadly disease.
Two years after the failed prophecy, Bobrisky has now called out the prophetess. In his words he said that, where is the fake prophetess that said he wouldn't make it pass 2019, he also pointed out that the fake prophetess should start frying Akara (beans cake) at Abule junction.
See his post below:
The prophetess is yet to respond or say anything about the issue but she is currently at the receiving end as Bobrisky promised to help her influence the Akara business.
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