Controversial Nigerian social media personality, Bobrisky, has reacted to the video of youths staging a protest against him in Abuja.
Yesterday, some members of the National Youths Council of Nigeria took to the streets to register their displeasure at the activities of the effeminate cross-dresser.
Bobrisky, whose real name is Okuneye Idris, is one of the most followed personalities in the Nigerian social media space, with over a million followers on his Instagram page.
But as much as he is loved by his followers, there are equal, if not more people, who find what the cross-dresser does irritating.
That dislike was fully expressed by the youths in Abuja, who despite the many other problems facing the country decided to stage a protest against Bobrisky.
The video of the protest went viral online and has now generated a reaction from Bobrisky after a fan described him as a "national problem" before asking if he had seen the footage. He answered: "You want to put me in trouble... pls o. I no see any video."
Recently, the cross-dresser has been in the news, following the disruption of his planned seven-day birthday party by police officers.
He reportedly only narrowly escaped the grasp of the officers during the raid of the venue and has since expressed his sadness at the fact that the event did not hold while also disclosing that he spent millions planning the party.