Mompha demands apology, N1bn from Bobrisky
Ismail Mustapha, aka Mompha, who is a Popular Nigerian socialite, has demanded the sum of one billion Naira from Cross dresser, Idris Okuneye, aka Bobrisky as damages and compensation for the malicious publications against him.
Recall that Mompha warned Bobrisky to stop mentioning his name in his fight with anyone online.
Bobrisky, who took offence, claimed Mompha borrows his car in Lagos, while also alleging the latter as an audio billionaire who rents vehicles in Dubai just to show off.
Reacting, Mompha in a letter signed by his lawyer, Clement Benjamin asked Bobrisky to retract the said publications made about him on social media and issue an apology to be published in two major national newspapers, as well as online news outlets in the next seven days.
Mompha threatened to take Bobrisky to court if he failed to meet the listed demands within seven days after receiving the letter.
The letter read: “It is by the reckoning of our Client, a deliberate attempt sponsored and/or designed to malign his image and cast aspersion on his personality in front of his teeming social media fans and followers and most especially the general public.”
Earlier in the week, Mompha warned Bobrisky against using his name to chase clout after he was dragged into an ongoing online squabble with Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh.
Bobrisky ignored the warnings and went ahead to share old chats between himself and Mompha in which he appeared to beg the crossdresser for his car on Instagram.
In the petition, Mompha also denied Bobrisky’s allegations which had stirred several reactions on social media.
“Regarding the aspect of borrowing Bobrisky’s car while in Lagos, I never borrowed a car from him at any point, I only asked him to come with Velar because that is the only good car he has as of March 21, 2020; what an insult!,” Mompha wrote.