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Saturday, June 13, 2020

INTERPOL Confirms Arrest Of Instagram Celebrity Hushpuppi And Hints At Possible Extradition To Nigeria...

The International Police (INTERPOL) Nigeria has confirmed the arrest of Dubai-based flamboyant Nigerian, Ray Hushpuppi, a suspected ‘Yahoo Yahoo Big boy’ who claims to be a real estate developer.






According to The Nation, INTERPOL Nigeria is currently planning to extradite the Instagram celebrity whose real name is Ramoni Igbalode also known as Raymond Igbalodely from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Nigeria to face alleged multiple fraud charges.


The INTERPOL is also on the trail of other accomplices in the alleged fraud who are resident in Nigeria to bring them to justice.

Commissioner of Police (CP) INTERPOL, Garba Umar said: “It is true that Hushpuppi was arrested by the INTERPOL. We are currently working on bringing him to Nigeria to face charges of fraud.

“Some of the offences were committed here in Nigeria and he has to answer for them. He is not alone in it; there are accomplices in the country who we are currently on their trail,” said the CP.

Hushpuppi and his colleagues were arrested in Dubai by International Police (Interpol) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over alleged fraud.

They were allegedly involved in fraud and money laundering of over $100million which was supposed to be given to Native Americans during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

His arrest came three days after he posted a picture of his newly acquired 2020 Rolls Royce Cullinan worth about N280 million, the latest addition to his fleet of exotic vehicles.
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72 comments:

  1. Haaaa! If huncle lands in naija,best believe he’d be free in a couple!

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    1. Dude has been stealing from the US for years. And the Feds have been following him since his days in Malaysia. Who knows how many years they’d give him after entering a plea bargain. I don’t pity you Hushpuppy. You’re an oppressor, a bad example to many of our young people. you deserve to be severely punished.

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    2. Why bringing to Nigeria when those defrauded are Americans and don't understand.

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    3. @Desmond Iyke you're so right @ bad example for the youths . Crime doesn't pay !!!

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    4. @anonymous Na so. Dubai and the US don't got no extradition deal. Nigeria is just like a Nuetral ground. Both countries have an extradition deal with Nigeria. So don't think he'll go Scott free when he comes to Nigeria, the FBI are cracking their fingers and waiting patiently for his return to Nigeria.

      This one no be the kyn case wey FBI fit leave like that. HE FUCKING DEFRAUDED THEIR GOVERNMENT! Do you know the gravity?

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    5. He's among the lazy Nigerian youth giving the hard working ones bad names all over the world. People outside dread anything naija bcos of criminals like hush whatever. Let justice prevail.

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    6. They shouldn't bring him to Nigeria, before the case enters voicemail like that of Morpha. He should face the law over there.

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    7. Sure, bringing him to Nigeria means that the case has been closed, possibly some of his gang might be politicians who wouldn't want their names to be mention; so they will do anything to close the case. Money is talking.

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  2. It pays to do legit. Your mind is always at peace even if you are only making 10 naira daily. But if you are doing illegit, your mind will never be at peace. No matter how much you are making, you'll never enjoy it. Karma will deal with you before you leave this world, and your Creator's punishment is waiting for you in the next world 👌

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  3. And let his defenders come out to pray for him and call us haters, these people make it seem like young boys who are doing decent jobs are wasting their time.

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    1. Don't mind them.what is wrong is wrong.

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    2. Imagine shameless lots defending crime😣

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    3. And he's been validating his 'authenticity' by snapping photos with prominent Nigerians including our very dramatic Former Senator. This speaks volumes for Nigeria.

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  4. Vanity upon Vanity says the preacher... all is vanity indeed .
    Greed is very bad , the quest for vain things has led so many people to their early grave.
    Ill gotten wealth never lasts and there is always a day of reckoning .

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  5. They want to bring him to A LAND OF BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION..he should be happy he will soon be out. 280 million naira car oh lawd🤪🤪🤪🤪

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  6. Once he comes to naija, that's automatic freedom for him. Since the news of his arrest broke out,I've not been seeing don's comments.abi don dey organise fasting and prayer for am.

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    1. yes o
      Efcc would take their share and that would be it.

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    2. U dey mind Don? Defending the indefensible.

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  7. Oh my...
    He will be free when he gets to naija.

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  8. Please you people shouldn't release him to the Nigerian INTERPOL abeg, He'd bring his way out bikonu.
    Just look at the heartless criminal, living flamboyant life rubbing it off people's faces whereas the money is a stolen money?? The nerve and boldness.

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  9. Greed, selfishness and self centred people everywhere. Our politicians, civil servants etc are not exonerated from monumental fraud. Internet fraudsters have really dented the image of Nigeria abroad. I hope Nigeria gets a purposeful leader and visionary that will create jobs and make Nigeria great. Nigeria itself is a failed entity and will continue to produce failed youths, terrorists, thieves, kidnapper, fraudsters etc

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    1. I gave up on this country long time ago. A country where the people prefers to be governed by brain dead old men that voting eligible youths with visions. I can't wait to leave this shit hole.

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    2. Who are the eligible youth again? Desmond Elliot who did bucket wash taps at bus stops in his constituency? He brought 1900 to 2020 ..Forgotten?

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    3. lmao anon don't bring back bad memories biko .
      It's really shameful 😞

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  10. #ifguilty# A thief has no honor. None, whatsoever. Imagine stealing money meant to save human lives during a pandemic that affects the entire world. Just so you can wear Gucci. And buy rollsroyce. And pepper dem. To hell with money and it's power over the world and over humans.

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    1. Hmmmmmm...truly a thief has no conscience. They're heartless beings.

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  11. Just want to rant...13 June 2020 at 13:48

    Nigeria Police should just kept quite there! Is it today Hushpuppy started his yahoo yahoo? Didn't they know about him since?? Cos he's been arrested now, they want a share of his money.

    What happened to Evans that was caught years ago? Our justice system is a huuuuge joke!!!!

    If hushpuppy is successful extradited to nigeria, he'll never see the four walls of a prison cell. All he needs to do is grease some palms.

    Nigeria is a zoo gaskiya!

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  12. Never knew Raymond Igbalodely is from Yoruba. Thought he was from Delta.

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  13. He'll just buy the entire EFCC off 😂

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    1. Who knows if has not bribed them already. Nigeria my country l dey hail una.

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  14. Nobody is extraditing Hushpuppi to Nigeria now. He was arrested for crimes committed against the US and he will be tried and sentenced in the US. Nigeria can try him after he has served his sentence. That’s how it works.

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    1. Anon 13:50 gbam. No addition, no subtraction. After he serves his time in America, he comes back to Nigeria and face another trial.

      Now the question is this: how many years will America slam him?? Will he survive it??
      He will be dealt with in prison eeh... Imagine living in opulence and the next second, you are an inmate, a common criminal! !!

      No no no!!!! That life isn't attractive mbok!

      I hope gucci orange inmate clothes!! He is gucci master naa

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  15. This is yankee trying to fuck them up.The US doesn’t have an extradition treaty with the UAE but they do with Nigeria so they used the Interpol to arrest him and then send him to Nigeria where they will come and carry their load.However this turns out,Ramoni is fucked..

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    1. Exactly.



      chim-oma a.k.a Miss Kapusu

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  16. I'm yet to see stuff like "the Imo state born fraudster" or the "Anambra fraud kingpin". Abi such description only play up when a certain section of the country is affected. If it were so, you'd see that treacherous bitch Abike Dabiri all over the place telling you specifically the alleged fraudster's village.

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  17. Is it a crime for a black person to be rich.......as am drinking garri everyday by day nobody is seeing it wait until I become rich some village people will come

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    1. I hear you.
      Someone will be at home relaxing infront a tv and pakam a bank's debit alert of his entire savings comes to him leaving N75 as balance,unto wetin?


      Let him rot in jail.

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    2. When you become rich through same means as hush puppy, you will end up like him.

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  18. Pls oh they shouldn't bring him to Nigeria..

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  19. Once Hush land Nigeria, he pays the government their taxes and he is free to scam another day. Nigeria is A safe home to thieves.

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  20. He has being living the life on ppls sweat,I wonder how this ppl sleep at night. The scary thing is that our children now see it as legit to scam ppl,they tell you it is the scammed that is foolish enough to be scammed. Ppl like Hushpuppy have made internet crime and enviable venture. SAD!

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  21. If they bring him here, he will be a free man. They should sentence him over there.

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  22. Stella I think Hushpuppy may go the Dizeani way..Do you know that woman is free and has changed her nationality to Commonwealth of Dominica where no extradition can be carried out on her..

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    1. The thing about these ppl that disturbs me the most is that they did nothing charitable for the suffering. Once they started getting the money it becomes about houses, clothes, jewelry, private jets, eating at the best restaurants, luxury vacations and just profiling. Not one poor person they sent to school, not one family they took out of the slums. Those ppl to me are truly the scums of the earth. Even in scamming it was all about feeding their egos and vain glory. Looking at the desperate poverty around them and cutting their eyes pass it. What will they tell God? A million prayers will not stop the arrow that is heading their way from reaching its mark. If you want to do evil you better do good at the same rate. They are all wrecked, they can eat, sleep and shit, but mentally and spiritually they are empty vessels. Some fugitives on the land cannot even find a resting place. They are all wrecked, useless to themselves or anyone else.

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  23. But how can you be doing illegal stuff and be posting. Ogah o.

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  24. He has been living his life off other people's sweat, its time to pay Hushpuppy!

    They are sending him to Nigeria and from there, he will be transferred to the US to do the jail time. He will never survive this.

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  25. The Guy will go scot free if he land Niger oooo....They should better hold him down over there.....

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  26. Dude's life is a MOVIE, damn it.Sad it ended this way.
    If I were Hush, I would accept my fate and negotiate with Netflix to document my story for the big screen.
    Who will play HUSH?Though a fraudster, Hush IS AN ENIGMA and I think the world would like to gain an insight into his life.

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    1. The world of aspiring fraudsters, u mean.

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  27. Hushpuppy of life! The sugar daddy of a popular blogger not SDK,the sugar daddy of a lot of celebrities and role model to thousands of Nigerian youth, walahi honesty is a crime in Nigeria if you are too honest in this country they take you on a roller coaster ride.

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  28. He is a very bad example to the youths. Bringing him here would mean allowing him to escape through the back door. A Yahoo boy who is friends with the night and mighty. Let him face his trial in USA

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  29. Omololu owoeye13 June 2020 at 17:53

    Let him rot in jail he's a bad example for the youth expecially in ikere ekiti everyone one to become hush money

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  30. Every day for the thief....

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  31. I use to wonder what
    this guy does for a
    living to afford the life
    style he flaunt on IG

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  32. And Kemi begged him for N100K, HE COULDNT give her. Stingy person.

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