The UNTOLD Story Behind the Robbery and Murder of Junior Uncovered– READ

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The shocking news of the death of the U.S based Ghanaian Junior is still being processed by baffled Ghanaians as everyone tries to understand how such an event could have happened.

Junior, as he was known, was a close confidante of Shatta Wale and was omnipresent on social media, therefore hearing news of his death out of the blue still remains unbelievable, even till now.

Theories surrounding Junior’s death also continue to come out. A few hours prior to his death he had flaunted some cash on social media and his robbery is believed to have been linked to that.

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A source close to Junior who spoke with Ghbase claims that Junior was set up by some people he owes money to in Philadelphia.

According to his account, after they saw the money he flaunted on social media they planned to rob him to get the money he owes them.

A girl was sent to knock on his door and when he opened it the robbers rushed in, took the cash and shot him.

According to the source, Junior had even borrowed that money from a friend simply to flaunt on social media to return later, and it inadvertently led to his death.

His death has shocked not only the whole country but Shatta Wale, who mourned him with a post on his social media handles.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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