Bleaching cream specialist cum Snapchat sensation Bobrisky has replied a lady on Instagram who claimed he (Bobrisky) scammed her after she paid the sum of N30k for a stretch mark cleansing cream which he failed to deliver.
Bobrisky has come out to quash the claims by the lady saying she didn’t even pay the cost of delivery to start with and he has no reason to block her while also showing receipts as evidence to back up his claim.
The bleaching expert who is about now preparing to embark on a trip to London with his Bae however did not further address the allegations by the lady that he blocked her number to avoid communication.
Read his post below;
“Morning to you all, I want to plead to my fans and friends to stop listening to some up and coming blogs because they carry gist without finding out d truth ?. People should always find out d truth before they conclude if truly Bobrisky will scam anybody for 30k.
“This young lady order stretch mark from USA. D stretch mark alone is 30k and i told her she is paying 17k for shipping d total will be 47k. But she pleaded that is only 30k she has in her account that I should assist her.
“The following day she called again pleading so I told her to send d money. Three days after I sent her product with d additional 17k to FedEx for mailing from my own pocket to d following address she sent to me. Now d girl said I scam her??
“Guys check d date I sent her products. Sometimes Fedex delay and is not even their fault custom and all. Anyway am not angry customers are always right but am sad because this went viral.”
By Ahmed Boulor…
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