Nollywood Actor, Odunlade Adekola took to his Instagram page to share a new photo with a strange caption saying that… Live your life the way God has ordained you to. Always remember to be yourself all the time. ASA’RE TETE KO NI KOJA ILE. God will answer all your prayers.
Bobrisky may have irrevocably crossed the line with many Yoruba actors for publicly insulting one of their idols in the person of Odunlade Adekola, after the famous actor swiped aim at the male Barbie for being a male trying to pass himself off as a female.
In a viral video, Odunlade had called out Bobrisky, making a mockery of his celebrated lifestyle as a male trying to live his life as a female. In his usual comical manner, the actor made all sorts of gestures to mimic Bobrisky’s mannerisms and joking that the cross dresser has truly brought to fore the mantra that whatever a woman can do a man can do better.
Known for his temper tantrums, the Ogun State-born cross dresser wasted no time in replying the actor, calling him names and hurling all sorts of insults at him. (Read Here)
In what seems like a tidal wave of reactions, Yoruba actors strongly objected to the disrespect shown to the Glo ambassador by the ‘nobody’ Bobrisky. In fact one would have thought Friday, January 25, 2019 was the actor’s birthday as many posted his picture on their Instagram pages with strongly worded messages to Bobrisky. Actress, Motilola said, “If you keep quiet about this, we will all be here when he will come for our fathers.
I respect you and if anyone is brainless, it’s the one who doesn’t know his/her gender,” Another actress, Ferrari Tonia Okoro didn’t hide her feelings either. Posting the picture of the actor she said, “Uncle Odun is highly respected in our world. He’s humble, jovial and respects himself.
He is the Ijele of the Industry. You come for him, you come for us. @bobrisky222 you killed yourself coming for him. So, because you shake waist and cross dress gives you the visa to insult him? A maa ba tie je”. Bobrisky has since taken down his post, probably after realising he has stepped on the toes of many of his fans but none of the Yoruba actors who responded have taken down their post.