As narrated by GistLovers, the potential client who happens to be British has reportedly wedded the fiancée of the internet fraudster (Yahoo boy) who tried scamming him. Details and photos of the interracial couple’s wedding have since been splashed online.
The young woman, Nonnie established an amorous relationship with the guy who simply goes by the name PM in a club not too long ago. He then introduced Nonnie to the white folk via video and voice calls all designed to make him believe he was actually dealing with a woman in order to defraud him of his hard-earned money.
Things however took a dramatic turn and no one could anticipate what was coming. The duo have fallen in love and they officially consolidated the mutual feeling existing between them by getting married at the Ikoyi marriage registry in Lagos on Wednesday, September 8, 2021.
The Nigerian guy is allegedly now depressed and feels used especially as his fiancée has totally cut off all access to communication with him.
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