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“I Can’t Invite Bobrisky To My Show, Because Of His Bad Grammar” – Media Personality Latasha Ngwube

bobrisky-latasha-700x500In an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on RubbinMinds, Latasha Ngwube – the host of Linda Ikeji TV’s Hot Topics, said she can’t invite Nigerian cross-dresser Bobrisky to be part of her show’s panel because of his bad English.

She said,

“Because every time Bobrisky would speak, I would probably be itching to correct his grammar. I would be like No, stop! It’s not air, it’s hair.”

Watch the video…

I can’t invite Bobrisky to my show, due to his bad grammar – Media Personality Latasha Ngwube… 📹: ChannelsTv

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Bobrisky fired back in a rant on Snapchat this morning, calling her a ‘fat smelly pig.’ He also took a jab at the outfit Latasha modelled during the Glitz Fashion Week.

See below…bobrisky-latasha bobrisky-latasha-2

latasha ngwube-glitzTruth is English isn’t our mother tongue. In as much as it gets a tard bit irritating to listen to somebody speak bad grammar, I feel Latasha’s call out was unnecessary…except she did it for the publicity she’s now getting.



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