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Nigerian Celebrities React To Video Of Hushpuppi Arrest By Dubai Police

Appollos 06/26/2020

The recent viral video released by the Dubai interpol disclosing details of the arrest of Hushpuppi has stirred reactions from Nigerian celebrities and many other individuals.

Hushpuppi and his fraud gang allegedly defrauded more than 1.9 million individuals, through fake emails and diverting payments to their own personal account.

Dubai Interpol in the viral video earlier released said the suspects were among of a team that had executed several scams totaling up to $435.6 million dollars.

Some Nigeria celebrities reacting on Hushpuppi arrest show shock feeling at the huge amount of money involved in the fraud case.

Paul Okoye also known as Rudeboy commenting on the video via his Instagram account described the allegations against Hushpuppi as a scary one.

Taking to his Instagram account, he further advised younger generation to stay away from crime.

According to Paul Okoye, social media would kill this generation if they don't mind what day post online.

Other celebrities who also react including, Tools of Beat FM, Uche Jombo, and MI Abaga also had something to say about Hushpuppi arrest by Dubai police.

He wrote, But Three million individuals, Imagine someone had saved huge sum of money for their retirement and its all gone in a blink of an eye by fraudster.

This can Lead someone to commit suicide. He also said Dubai Should used Hushpuppi for promo video about fraud.

Uche Jombo on her Twitter Account Tweet: “I just watched the Hushpuppi arrest video and it was a shock to me about the victim him and is gang have defraude.

According to them It is all fun and game. Millions of families and lives ruined by the billions stolen from the victims.

Jude Abaga took to his Twitter account writing: “1.9 million individuals defrauded of their money, this very funny to see.

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