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Bobrisky dragged as he mistakenly shares document that proves his N450M mansion is rented

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Controversial crossdresser, Idris Okuneye,Well known as Bobrisky, has been dragged after he mistakenly post a document that claims to show that his much-hyped N450 million mansion was rented.

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The socialite who has been bragging about her N450M mansion lately and even promised to conduct two housewarming parties became a subject of ridicule after sharing a photo of his house document.

Netizens have concluded that he is not the owner of the property as he claims, after seeing a document he uploaded online.

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Bobrisky shared a snapshot of a document which had “deed of lease” on it on Instagram and captioned it,

“Thanks to my lawyer for app his effort he made buying dis home. Only Landlords and landlady understand this document. Tenant no dey sign app dis document here so they don’t understand. 19th I’m posting full pic of the house. Congrats to me. Four hundred million is a whole a lot”.

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Reacting to the post, Bob’s followers pointed out that “deed of lease” is not an outright sale, which means that Bobrisky’s acclaimed mansion is rented.

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In other news, Idris Okuneye, Nigerian crossdresser, popularly known as Bobrisky, has shut the mouth of those claiming she’s now broke as she shares her jaw dropping account balance.

The controversial Instagram celebrity has been receiving bashing from social media users after he announced a pre-party warming for a house he allegedly rented according to a popular blogger.

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