Toke Makinwa shares email from someone trying to blackmail her with fake photos

Toke Makinwa shares email from someone trying to blackmail her with fake photos

- Toke Makinwa recently left social media buzzing with reactions after exposing an attempted blackmail

- The Nigerian OAP got a mail from someone threatening to release nude photos of her if she didn't respond to their email

- Makinwa shared the photos, tagging the attempted scam inhuman and disappointing as the images were photoshopped

Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, recently left jaws hanging following her recent post on picture-sharing app, Instagram. The fashionista shared screenshot of an email received from a 'Tommik Online' blackmailing her with fake nude photos of her.

In the body of the email, the sender claimed someone sent them the photos and they have threatened to release them if she does not respond to their email. In the photos branded with the website of 'World Legit', she appears completely nude, half of her body immersed in water.

Toke, however, is not moved by this which explains her reasons for posting the photos. She questioned the state of the country and how low people have stooped. She also tagged the images fake and stated she had no money to give to the blackmailers.

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She wrote: "Is this really how low we’ve become? I understand that things are hard, I get that feeding off each other and scamming people will be on the rise but I’ve never and would never negotiate with con artists/scammers.

"I am sharing this ahead of your threats to release these edited/false images cos this is disappointing, this is not humanity, there is a pandemic killing people and there’s also certain human beings wanting to exploit people in a time when we should all spread love and kindness. Stop with your bloody emails already. I am not the one, not yesterday, not today, not ever. I don’t have any money to give you."

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In a similar story, Waka music originator, Queen Salawa Abeni a while back, cried out as an unnamed person sent her Whatsapp messages telling the singer her unclothed photos are in their possession.

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The person went further to tell the singer that if she does not want the photos released to the general public she should negotiate.

Communicating with Salawa through WhatsApp number +234813 180 2886, the blackmailer sent the singer two of the photos the person claimed to be in his/her possession saying there is still more of it.

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