"As for the haters who think I was deported or banned from entering the UK, that is a fat lie. I was only asked to go get the right visa," he stated.
Nigerian cross-dresser, Bobrisky, has debunked reports stating that he was deported from United Kingdom upon his arrival on Friday, September 7, 2018.
However, in a post via his Instagram handle, Bobrisky claimed that someone betrayed him by telling the authorities that he was on a visit to the country to make money.
According to him, he was not banned or deported.
The post read: "I want to say a very big thank you to all my UK fans who really want to see me badly. I know some of you have got true love for me, but trust me, it hurt me that I cried dis morning because I was not able to see people who truly loved me and appreciate me. As for the haters who think I was deported or banned from entering the UK, that is a fat lie.
"I was only asked to go get the right visa. You all forgot so soon that I’m a strong soul; nothing can break me. And as for the SNITCH who went to tell the immigration I’m coming to work, so sad you are pained that you can see me grow in success. Let me correct your impressions darling, we know you but I won’t mention your name. I went to UK to relax and enjoy myself, not to make money.
"I make nothing less than 1 million a month in my country. I became so famous in my country. Snapchat pays me in my country so tell me why I won’t love my country NIGERIA? Out of this money I make monthly, I still help the needy who need my help.
"UK immigration treated me awesome because they went through my past record of all the countries I have visited for the past few years and there was no BAD record. So nothing still changed my coming to UK. I came home voluntarily to get the right visa. I’m coming UK lovers."