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Entertainment of Monday, 29 August 2022

Source: www.mynigeria.com

'Lagos hot pass Accra' - Ghanaians attack Bobrisky for saying Ghana is "boring"

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Ghanaians have been reacting to recent comments by Idris Okuneye who is also known as Bobrisky where he stated that Ghana is "calm" but "boring".

The popular crossdresser has been slammed by a section of Ghanaians on social media for his comment with many urging him not to compare Accra and Lagos.

"Ghana is nice, Ghana is beautiful but one thing about Ghana I don't like is, it is too calm, it is too boring," he said in the video.

Bobrisky made this known via a short video on Sunday, August 28.

According to him, he didn't feel the same energy he would normally feel in Lagos.

The social media influencer, however, applauded Ghanaians for their hospitability and reception on his arrival.

"I can't wait to get back to my Nigeria. I can't wait to get back to our Lagos...but trust me, there are nice people in Ghana. I got to Immigration yesterday and they treated m so well, even at the hotel, they were so nice, and super awesome but it is just that it is soo boring. There are less social activities but apart from that, Ghana is a beautiful place," Bob disclosed.

Bobrisky is reported to have met socialite and singer, Mona4Reall during his visit.

See some reactions below

MzNaa wrote: "We all experience things differently, so it's okay to see it the way you see it, Bobrisky!"

Kojo Kusasi: "My dear please don't compare Accra with Lagos oooo. As for activities I don't even know any European country that over bubbles like Lagos. Sorry but come to Ghana again to chill."

Dadebo wrote: "THATS WHY WE ARE CALLED GHANA NO KIDNAPPINGS LIKE NUMBER ONE IN TBE WORLD LAGOS."

Major 1 wrote: "Light and darkness have nothing in common"

Ghana Man wrote: "Your Nigeria people who has migrated to Ghana has made the country become boring due to their rubbery"

Makaa Maka: "IT'S BETTER TO BE BORING IN PEACE. GYAE GYIMIE NO, THERE ARE A LOT OF NIGERIANS WHO LIVE HERE AND ALWAYS PRAISING THE PEACE WE HAVE IN GHANA."