From a video circulating on social media, Bobrisky was spotted having an inaudible exchange of words with a police officer at Lekki phase one, before he jumped into his white range rover and sped off with him.
Although the reason behind the arrest still remains unknown, but multiple sources suggest the self-acclaimed male Barbie might have been arrested for breaking the COVID-19 curfew rule considering the time he was found outside.
A visit to the Instagram page of the cross-dresser on Thursday shows that the last post shared was about 14 hours ago.
Watch the video of his arrest below:
This will not be the first time that Bobrisky has been arrested by the police. kanyiDaily recalls on January 23, 2020, Bobrisky was picked up at his residence inside Bera Estate, Chevron Drive, in Lekki and taken to an unknown destination.
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