Hushpuppi reveals his source of income as he accepts Deji Adeyanju’s debate challenge at EFCC office

Hushpuppi reveals his source of income as he accepts Deji Adeyanju’s debate challenge at EFCC office earlier reported how human rights activist, Deji Adeyanju, asked EFCC to investigate billionaire Gucci master, Hushpuppi. The PDP staunch supporter also challenged the self-made millionaire to a debate to prove the source of his income is legit.

In response to the apparent misplaced anger, Hushpuppi announced his plan to denounce his Nigerian citizenship as it has not brought him anything in life. He further shared a lengthy rant video, accepting the debate challenge.

He also made known his request to honour the debate which Deji suggested should hold at the EFCC office. Ray Huspuppi who wholly accepted the challenge demanded Adeyanju to provide all he would require to touch down Nigeria. His requests include; a first class return ticket, five-star hotel accommodation, reliable security and good food.

Hush who sounded emotional in his rant, revealed his source of income as it has often been questioned because of his extravagant lifestyle. The Gucci master claimed to be a social media influencer who travels all around the world to host parties.

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Ray also spoke on how the Nigerian system has failed him and how he was lucky to escape poverty that struck his entire family and generations before him. The Dubai-based millionaire also shared details of how he lost his sister to typhoid due to inability to afford medical bills.

Watch his rant below:

Meanwhile, Hushpuppi has always told his fans how much he suffered before he landed in the luxury he is enjoying today. Recently, he confessed he thought he will never be released from the strong hold of poverty.

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