Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, the Director-General of the National Council for Arts and Culture, has blasted Nigerian male cross-dresser, Bobrisky after he instigated the shutting down of his birthday party on Sunday.
About 50 policemen stormed the venue of Bobrisky’s birthday party which was said to have been attended by some celebrities as well as cross-dressers and homosexuals.
The highly-publicised party had already kicked off at ‘The Pearl Gardens’, Wole Olateju Crescent, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, when the police stormed the premises and sealed it off.
It was gathered that Bobrisky fled the scene but five alleged members of his club were arrested for breach of public peace and indecency.
Recall that Bobrisky had replied Runsewe, who said Bobrisky was a national disgrace and will soon be dealt with by the government if caught on the street.
Hours later, Bobrisky replied Runsewe, saying he rolls with his bosses and not someone in his level.
However, in a recent interview, Runsewe, while answering question about the shutting down of the cross dresser’s party, said; “I’m sure you are referring to Bobrisky. That is a national disaster, he’s an embarrassment to this country. He said he deals with my bosses, when his party was shut down why didn’t he call my bosses?
“We shut the whole place. His food and everything wasted. He thought he was dealing with Nigerians of yesterday. A change has come and there must be a new vision for this country. He knows nobody and that statement he made is enough to destroy the credibility of our country,” Runsewe said.