Instagram socialite and alleged internet fraudster, Hushpuppi have been accussed of duping Italian club, Lazio during the 2018 transfer window.
It’s no longer news that Hushpuppi have been apprehended by the FBI and Interpol
at his base in Dubai over an alleged involvement in cyber crime.
Hushpuppi have been accussed of duping over 1.9 million people across the world
and it came as a surprise when reports surfaced online that he tried to scam a
Premier League club of $125m.
With new reports coming in on a daily basis, Hushpuppi have been declared as
the brain behind Lazio’s 2018 scam which saw them lose €2 million.
According to reportd which is now viral on all social medi outlets, Lazio reportedly fell
for a scam, and paid the final €2 million instalment of Stefan De Vrij transfer fee
into an account pretending to be Feyenoord’s.
Hushpuppi have been charged to court and reporsts have it that he might be facing up to 20 years in prison if found guilty of the offence.
The Instgram socialite have become the new topic on social media as top personalities advise youths to remain focus and shun cyber crime.
Remember in 2018 when Lazio reportedly fell for a scam, and paid the final €2 million instalment of Stefan De Vrij transfer fee into an account pretending to be Feyenoord's?
Yup, that was Hushpuppi. pic.twitter.com/JNsASGV0VE
— Deji Faremi (@deejayfaremi) July 5, 2020