Snapchat celebrity Idris Okuneye aka Bobrisky has finally let slip that he is actually gay after several denials.
The bleaching cream expert revealed that much on social media platform Instagram, while listing all his achievements as he turned 25.
“Yes I’m gay. I have over 11 visas in my passport; I live in 5 bedrooms duplex alone in Lekki, well furnished,” he wrote on Instagram.
Continuing, he added that; “U can check my snap for enough videos, not with friends. Haters will say is not my house, which I rented it.
“At least I pay rent; I have access to it whenever I want. I drive a 2012 Benz; I also own a Lexus and a Toyota Camry. Abeg what other achievements can I have at 25 years and more still coming?”
Bobrisky has on many occasions denied that he is gay but he has on most occasions let out his actual sexual orientation without even knowing.
Three months ago, when trying to intimate his lover that he is back from his holiday travel on Snapchat, he wrote thus; “I’m back home. Bae called and asked me to start going home. I’m a good babe, so I left there. Always listen to your man”.
The implication of his statement, “I am a good babe”, implies that he is the woman and an obedient one at that in the gay relationship.
In the post on Snapchat, Bobrisky also noted that he does not need to transgender himself in order to be ‘hot’ for his bae whose identity he has jealously shielded ever since their relationship started.
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