The controversial rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem has blasted social media personality, Bobrisky over his personality.
While granting an interview with TVC Entertainment, the veteran rapper could not hide his displeasure over the way and manner Bobrisky acts in his videos.
“One thing I’ll say is Allah says that if you are a man and you get hmmm by a man, on the day of judgment expect fire coming from your mouth to that stupid place wen dem they choke you is as simple as that, bobrisky is just trying to be an American this is Nigeria we are fake people and don’t forget there are a lot of rich people into it, don’t get it twisted…wetin dey pain me pass be say we dey answer the same name,” he said.
Bobrisky’s latest debacle began on November 7, 2017, when news broke of his arrest by men of the Lagos state police command. The reason for his arrest was not made known.
However, in a twist of events, Bobrisky on November 8, 2017, spoke about who was behind his travails. He pointed accusing fingers to fashion designer, Toyin Lawani who he said accused him of stealing her clients.
In an exclusive interview with blogger, Linda Ikeji, he said that the case had been reported in Abuja and that he is currently on his way to Abuja to resolve the issue.
He said: “Toyin Lawani asked her lawyer to write petitions against me that I worked for her and I’m selling cream to all her customers. Which was a fat lie. I never worked for Toyin. She was my friend. I can’t remember ever working for Toyin or learning how to make cream from her.
“Then she also said I threatened her. So we are going to Abuja cos that was where the case was reported. Before she wrote petitions against me, she had already threatened me that she is giving me 7 days to go to the internet and apologize to her which I said no way because she offended me. I think because I refused to apologize, she got the police involved.”
Speaking of what happened at the police station yesterday, Bobrisky said his phones were taken from him, adding that he was told to wait until morning before heading to Abuja.
“Yesterday at the police station, I was sitting at the counter and I was told I needed to wait until morning to go to Abuja. My phone was taken from me so I couldn’t talk to anyone. I’m trying to get in touch with my lawyer and all the people I know.” he said.
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