Ezra Olubi, co-founder of Paystack, Nigerian online payment platform, has set Twitter abuzz over his choice of outfit to a friend’s wedding.

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Olubi had taken to the microblogging platform on Saturday to share photos of an attire he wore to the event.

The tech entrepreneur was seen clad in a dark dress akin to that of a transvestite while his lips were painted.

He had accompanied the pictures with a terse post which read: “My friend invited me to her wedding party and all I heard was ‘Ezra get dressed!”

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The development has, however, ignited heated discussions on the platform with Nigerians sharing different opinions over his choice of dress.

While some argued that the dress was borne out of Olubi’s love for fashion, others questioned his decision to dress in such manner for an outing.

“What values will this generation leave behind? From his looks, he doesn’t even look happy and comfortable to be dressed that way. But what do I know,” a user wrote.

“No one’s personal opinion about cross-dressing, should come out as to sound judgemental on another person’s sexuality… up to the point of making it look confrontational on their social media posts. I think that’s part of the cyber-bullying subject being talked about,” another user wrote.

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Here’s what others had to say:

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