The recent hike in cyber crimes committed by Nigerians home and abroad has resulted in clamping down on some famous individuals living within and outside the country who show off lavishly without any reasonable or notable source of income. These set of individuals flaunt pictures of them living flamboyant and extravagant lifestyles with their exotic cars, living in multimillion mansions and hotels, wearing expensive designers, watches and jewelleries.
The news of Dubai police arresting Nigerian Dubai-based Instagram celebritity popularly known as Huspuppi in an operation dubbed Fox Hunt 2 has been the talk of the town. Huspuppi, renowned for flaunting his ill-gotten wealth on social media app Instagram, was arrested along with his gang members, this has resulted to many who had connections with him going into hiding to avoid persecution.
One of Hushpuppi’s friend and close ally Mopha, who was previously arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before he was granted bail has recently deleted all pictures posted in the past showing his luxurious lifestyles.
The self-acclaimed Bureau De Change mogul was also known for flaunting huge bundles of cash on his Instagram page, but has since taken them all down probably to cover his tracks from being investigated by the FBI and INTERPOL.