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“I Can Beat My Chest And Say That 96% Of Nigerian Men Want Me So Bad” – Bobrisky

Bobrisky has revealed said that majority of Nigerian men want him and explained why they can’t approach him.

Controversial crossdresser, Bobrisky has taken to social media to lament over the overwhelming number of Nigerian men who are allegedly crushing on him.

"I Can Beat My Chest And Say That 96% Of Nigerian Men Want Me So Bad" - Bobrisky

Bobrisky Brags About His Admirers

In a post shared on his Snapchat page, the crossdresser bragged that 96% of men in Nigeria want to take him out so badly, but they are afraid of his problems and his bills.

He added that at this point he needs to take things easy because the rate at which men are asking him out is becoming alarming and they don’t even care if he’s in public when they approach him.

Bobrsiky said, “I can beat my chest and say that 96% of men in this country want me so bad but them dey fear my wahala. Some are scared of my bills. Some can’t even have the guts to tell me. They prefer to just watch here low-key and admire me low-key.

“At this point now I need to take it easy. The rate at which men are asking me out is alarming. As a matter of fact they don’t even care if we are in public or not.”

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"I Can Beat My Chest And Say That 96% Of Nigerian Men Want Me So Bad" - Bobrisky

KanyiDaily recalls that Bobrisky had recently recalled that he met Davido several times at parties and clubs but he didn’t say “hi” because he was shy to walk up to the singer.

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