- Nigerian music star, Paul Okoye, of the defunct PSquare group, has seemingly reacted to the arrest video of a popular big boy, Hushpuppi
- The music star took to his Instastory to reiterate that social media will be the death of Nigerians
- Paul Okoye had made a post some days earlier about how people who make their money through illegal means are always so loud on social media
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The Nigerian social media space has been buzzing with different reports and the top of them at the moment seems to be about the arrest of a popular big boy, Ray Hushpuppi.
A number of people took to their social media pages to react to his arrest and it appears popular singer, Paul Okoye of the defunct PSquare music group has also reacted to it.
The music star took to his social media page via his Instastory to say that social media will be the end of this generation.
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His post reads: “Abeg una hear the amount of money ??? Social media go kee this generation.”
See a screenshot of his post below:
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When Hushpuppi was initially arrested, Paul had shared a post on social media about how fraudsters show off even though their money source is not legit.
He said that even before they get arrested by FBI or EFCC that social media people had already judged and settled their case while waiting for the law to take its course.
See the post below:
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Just recently, YEN.com.gh had reported that Hushpuppi was arrested after he and his crew were found to have been responsible for fraud amounting to N168 billion.
Over 10 days after the arrest of Hushpuppi, the police in Dubai have finally released a video clip that captured the operation that led to the alleged internet fraudster’s arrest.
It was said that Hushpuppi and his crew had duped close to two million people.
From indications, Hushpuppi and his crew completely had no idea of what was ahead of them as the police officers broke into their apartment unannounced.
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