Man Who Assaulted Bobrisky, Says He Thought He Was Dealing With A Woman [Video]

The man that assaulted Bobrisky after bashing his car has shared his own side of the story after being tracked down by Daddy Freeze.

Jacob, the man who assaulted Popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky, after bashing his car, says he thought he was dealing with a woman.

KanyiDaily had reported that Bobrisky was assaulted up by a man who bashed his recently acquired Range Rover and new iPhone 11 max in a Lagos traffic.

Despite his apologies after the while incident, Bobrisky insisted that the man must cool off in a police cell and payback for his damaged phone.

Apparently, after spending one night in the police cell, the man was tracked down at a phone shop by popular media personality, Daddy Freeze.

Speaking to the media personality, the man shared his own side of the story and told Daddy Freeze that the police told him to buy Bobrisky a new iPhone 11 max.

The man blamed the incident on Bobrisky’s unexpected use of his car’s brake. He further revealed that his car’s bumper got spoilt as a result of the accident but nothing happened to Bobrisky’s car.

He claimed he told the crossdresser ‘sorry’ after the incident but he refused to move his car. He also said that he felt Bobrisky was a woman which was why he was calm at first, but had to fight back after he took his phone.

Watch the video below:


KanyiDaily recalls that a few months ago Bobrisky was also harassed by someone who seemed to be against the idea of a man identifying himself as a woman.

The cross-dresser was harassed by an onlooker as he was being accosted by security personnel that works at Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja

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