Popular Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky has spoke after a young man who tattooed his face on his arm fall sick.
A young Nigerian man, simply identified as Lord Casted, became the trending conversation after he pleaded to Nigerians for help, disclosing that the tattoo was the cause of an illness he had been experiencing.
However, Bobrisky made it known that he did not force anyone to tattoo his name or face on their arms.
In 2021, some hard-die fans of Bobrisky set a standard in Nigeria by drawing the face of Bobrisky on some part of their bodies to show their love. After this trend, other Nigerians began tattooing other public figures on their body.
Lord Casted, who happened to be among that tattooed, has come out on social media to explain that he has been on drugs since he inked the crossdresser’s face on his arm.
In response to the video, Bobrisky revealed that most of his fans tattooed his face to extort him because he gave out some huge amount of money and iPhones.
In his words; “I never ask anybody to tattoo my name on their bodies, i did not force any one to tattoo my name, my picture on their bodies.”
“I feel like people did that last year for clout chase, to get money”. they noticed that I was giving out N1million and an iPhone”. but this particular guy, I saw his notifications on my phone probably he was tagging me”. Watch the video below: