Nigerian Instagram star Ramon Abbas, known as Hushpuppi, was arrested in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at the end of June, before being sent to the United States. There seemed to be more crimes he committed when exposed by the United States.
The US Department of Justice in America has recently released more evidence of what Hushpuppi did.
Hushpuppi is currently on social media as news of new evidence found about him by the US Department of Justice was shared on Twitter by @Naija_PR on their verified Twitter account, which got people talking.
Ramon Abbas's new evidence has been linked to money laundering in North Korea.
The United States noted that he helped several North Korean hackers evacuate some funds. The money was reportedly stolen from a bank in Malta, North Korea, in 2019.
Hushpuppi is still with the United States Department of Justice and further investigations are ongoing.
The reaction from people;
- What do you think will happen to Hushpuppi after this new evidence is revealed by the United States?
It is popularly said that "vanity for pride, everything is pride," deception never ends well. See how a billionaire like Hushpuppi, who lives in luxury and spends a lot of money every day, arrives here.
After he stole people, the money to make them suffer was lost because of his selfish interests.
This should be a lesson for those who engage in fraudulent activity and for those who wish to take risks, because the rewards for crime are catastrophic.
Land is tough, but this does not justify tricking others into getting their money.
Please say no to fraud, no to crime.
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