Nigerian cross-dresser Idris Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky, has taken to social media to brag about his arrest over a N30 million deal.
Bobrisky was picked up by officers of the Nigerian police and is presently being detained at Ajah area command, Lagos state. Though little was known as to why he was picked up, eports have now emerged revealing why he was arrested.
According to reports, Bobrisky was arrested yesterday by operatives of the Inspector General Police (IG) Monitoring Unit from Abuja over a N30 million deal between himself and a female client.
Police sources state that the popular crossdresser was picked up while driving in Lekki. The policemen reportedly entered his white Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV)and drove off with him.
Confirming his arrest, the spokesperson of the Nigeria Police Force, DCP Frank Mba said a woman petitioned the police accusing Bobrisky of N30 million fraud. Mba says Borbisky has been granted administrative bail.
Speaking with TheNation, Frank Mba said;
“Yes, Bobrisky was arrested in the early hours of today following a petition by a Nigerian woman that the cross dresser collected N30m from her for sales but did not keep to the end of the deal. Bobrisky was granted bail but the case is still an active one. It is a case under investigation.”
After being released on bail, Bobrisky has now taken to social media to brag about his arrest, as he also hit out at his haters. Bobrisky wrote on Snapchat;
“Chai, plenty haters, they don’t wanna see me happy.
Two face fools God will help me to punish you all. You will come to me and tell me you love me but go behind my back to spoil me.
This should show you guys that i don’t deal with small money.”
This incident comes weeks after Bobrisky had a fallout with a lady he had a partnership with to make eyelashes.
This will not be the first time that Bobrisky has been arrested by the police. On January 23, 2020, Bobrisky was picked up at his residence inside Bera Estate, Chevron Drive, in Lekki and taken to an unknown destination.
He was, however, brought back to move his cars. Unconfirmed reports noted that his arrest was is in connection with his cross-dressing lifestyle which is heavily frowned upon in Nigeria.