Hushpuppi advises people not to mock the downfall of others

Hushpuppi advises people not to mock the downfall of others

- Dubai-based Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, has taken to social media to dish out some words of advice

- According to him, people should learn not to mock others in their times of trial all in the name of clout chasing

- His advice comes a few days after his ex-bestie, Mompha was arrested for alleged fraud by the EFCC

Nigerian big boy and Gucci enthusiast, Ray Hushpuppi, has left social media users talking following his recent post on social media.

The big money spender, recently advised people not to laugh at others in their trying time or make jest of them just to chase clout on social media.

According to Hushpuppi, it might be another person's turn tomorrow and one may not survive it. He further went on to pray for people going through tough times.

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In his words: "In life, we all at a point will go through trial times, don’t be quick to mock anyone or use anyone’s trial time as tool to chase clout, yours will come and you might not survive it. We all look up to God to guide and get us through these times. I wish and pray for everyone in every part of the world going through a dark time to come out of it and become better people and God be with their families."

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His post comes barely a few days after his ex-best friend, Mompha, was arrested by the EFCC in connection with some fraud allegations. While many people expected Hushpuppi to throw shade or mock his one time friend, it appears he's taking the high road.

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However, the arrest which has caused mixed reactions on social media, seems to have pleased some people.

One of whom is Nollywood actress, Charity Nnaji. The actress recently took to her Instagram page to mock the social media big boy who is known for flaunting his affluent lifestyle on Instagram. In her Instastory post, she made a joke about paying Mompha a 'courtesy visit to give him food' at the EFCC office where he is being detained.

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