Hushpuppi Reportedly Mentions Linda Ikeji And Dino Melaye To The FBI During Interrogation – Video

Embattled Nigerian Instagram celebrity Hushpuppi has recently agreed to plead guilty to the U.S Federal Court.

According to reports, Hushpuppi would be facing 20 years jail term in prison should he finally plead guilty and brings his trial to a close.

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Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo disclosed, ‘“#BREAKING EXCLUSIVE Ramon Abass aka @hushpuppi #hushpuppi has agreed to PLEAD GUILTY to US Federal Court to conspiracy to engage in money laundering of funds from BUSINESS EMAIL COMPROMISE SCAMS and other online heists. He will face up to 20 years at sentencing. I am the ONLY media professional who has been giving you exclusive updates on this case and BREAKING IT FIRST”

New update coming in indicates that Hushpuppi has mentioned popular Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji and media personality Dino Melaye to the FBI during interrogations.

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According to Kemi Olulunyo, Hushpuppi has a tall list of people that he’s going to mention to the FBI within this case.

She noted that Hushpuppi has already destroyed peoples lives and he’s going to keep destroying more peoples lives even in prison.

Nigerian big boy, Hushpuppi was arrested by the FBI in Dubai in 2019. He was arrested on suspicion of a £350 million cyber scam.

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He is yet to be jailed although he has agreed to plead guilty. Apparently, more information is currently being fished out as he has admitted committing the crime.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

This post was published on July 31, 2021 10:20 AM

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