Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky has expressed his displeasure over the fact that people are seeking financial help online during the coronavirus pandemic.
Bobrisky asked if the pandemic has turned to Christmas period or public holiday.
Since the government has given a directive for people to stay at home to prevent the spread of the virus, many people have taken to social media to seek help from others
Nigerian crossdresser Bobrisky has inquired as to whether the coronavirus pandemic has gone to a Christmas period or open occasion.
The questionable crossdresser took to her Instagram page to communicate dismay that people are asking others for cash during the time of coronavirus pandemic.
He wrote on Instagram: “Pause, is COVID-19 a Christmas period or open occasion? For what reason would you say you are requesting cash? I feeble.”
As Nigeria and the world fights with coronavirus, Nigerian VIPs are utilising their assets to favour others by doing giveaways on social media.
The pandemic has constrained organisations to close down, and the administrative and state governments are doing everything they can to stop the spread of the infection.
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