If you are an active social media user, you should be familiar with Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju profoundly called ‘Bobrisky’. If you are not, you’d get to know a little about him.
Liking someone’s boldness is not enough when you can’t speak for the person in public. I was beginning to admire Bobrisky’s courage to get himself involved in this type of controversy – a situation where most Nigerians won’t be proud off. When I watched his interview conducted by one of the trusted Nigerian entertainment platform, TheNetng, what I saw was ‘beautifully repulsive.’
Without bias or being stereotype, Bobrisky is good looking and brave, however, bluntly, he’s a dullard aided by a boring interviewer who’s obviously starting to learn the tactics of questioning a controversial persona. Adedayo Showemimo would have anchored the interview better and make Bobrisky vomit all he’s hiding being a mediocre.
Having a controversial personality automatically brings your intelligence into play, social media is a world with so many sycophants, flooding your account(s) with series of comments, so you can appreciate them and their efforts in reaching out to you.
I’m happy Bobrisky is doing well with his cream business (a business I consider to be cover up for what’s really fetching him money) and I’m looking forward to seeing the male version of Dencia (Dencia isn’t doing females though) if he can be innovative enough to bring his standard to a world class level like the Whitenicious CEO.
There’s neither personal beef nor hatred for Bobrisky; we want a Barbie who’s intelligent, bold, not only in showing the world how some creams are tentatively perfecting his skin from “charcoal to orange”, but outspoken and knowledgeable.
Practically, we all know your bae is a married man and “we accept you’re not gay.” We don’t care about who the bae sponsoring you is, but we care to know your stand as a berbie. Are you just doing this to pass time and keep users busy on social media or you are doing this to promote your personality/business? What exactly do you stand for?
Bobrisky, before you give me another low class response out of confusion like you did in your net interview, do some thinking within yourself to be sure you are speaking from the right frame of mind.
Watch the interview below;
-Adeyinka Mayowa (@septin911 on social media)