A fast rising comedy skit maker, Kunle Botanica has been promised a whooping sum of 200k by Nigerian crossdresser, Idris Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky. The self-acclaimed Nigerian male-barbie made it known on her official Instagram page few hours after she had shared a post-surgery experience.
Bobrisky said when she bought Kunke the car, she only gave him money to fuel it for a month. The controversial crossdresser who described the comedian's loyalty as priceless then asked him to forward his account details to receive another 200k for the same purpose.
She thanked him for always checking on her ever since she underwent liposuction surgery, then vowed to give him more money when she is back on her feet!
Recall that Bobrisky took to social media some hours ago to share her post-surgery experience. In a series of Snapchat posts, the media celebrity described the recovery process as a painful one.
It looks like he just sat on it and snapped pictures. Giving him 200k, does it mean the skit maker can't fuel the car on his own?
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