If you thought the buzz around Bobrisky’s visit to Ghana was crazy enough, then your mind is about to be blown.
Bobrisky is charging a whooping 35,000 Cedis for advertising any product or granting an interview to any media house interested in his service.
He was charging GHC35,000 for location Adverts, 24,000 for one-touch ads and anyone wanting a repost from Bobrisky will have to pay 12k.
This was made known in a screenshot seen circulating online.
The screenshot was alleged to be a chat between Bobrisky’s team and an unknown person seeking their service.
Bobrisky officially announced his visit to Ghana when he posted a flyer on his Instagram page with the caption, “See you all soon”.
Many were those who met the news with a fist as her presence is a complete violation of every LGBTQ rule authorities are fighting to uphold.
Although Bobrisky was born a man, he identifies as a woman albeit has masculine features. He dresses in female clothes and accessories to complement his chosen gender.
Sam George, an advocate against gay rights took to social media to remind the “Africa Barbie” and Influencer that Ghana is a country with a strong anti-LGBTQ stance.
“Barnabas, we are a hospitable people, however, you must respect our laws, culture, and norms whilst here. When he gets here, he should endeavor to comply. O for Oshe bhaddest,” he replied in a post from Barnabas.
Barnabas, a Facebook user alerted Sam George, an anti-gay campaigner, asking: “Dear Sam, I have heard that Bobrisky wants to visit Ghana and he is an influencer. If we can remove signboards, that means we can also stop planes from landing.”