- Samklef has come out to share a piece of advice for people who are involved in fraudulent ways of making a living
- According to him such individuals should learn to keep their businesses off social media
- Samklef gave the advice shortly after flamboyant big boy Hushpuppi was reportedly nabbed by the Interpol and FBI
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Popular Nigerian music producer Samuel Oguachuba popularly known as Samklef has come out to share a vital piece of information for people who earn a living through fraudulent means.
The producer in a video shared on his official Instagram page advised people who do not get their money through legal means to keep off social media.
Samklef noted that if such people keep flaunting their luxury lifestyle on social media, without showing show the legitimate businesses that afford them such lifestyle; they would end up being picked up by relevant authorities.
According to him, some of the anti-graft agencies already have all the necessary information needed to track people involved in fraudulent businesses and showing off a flamboyant lifestyle online only makes their job easier.
On a final note, the ace producer noted that he does not judge anyone because people have the free will to make their choices, he however, reiterated his message to individuals who earn a living illegally.
Sharing the video, Samklef said: “If you know your hustle no tight stay off social media don’t play yourself trying to prove a point to people...cause they will laff @ you when u go down! Be wise!”
Check out the video below:
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It comes as no coincidence that Samklef’s video comes shortly after news broke that Dubai-based big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, was reportedly nabbed by the FBI and Interpol for a fraud related case.
Similarly, Legit.ng earlier gathered that socialite Mompha took to social media to react to the news of Hushpuppi’s arrest. Mompha in an Instagram post warned people against mocking someone who is facing a trial case. According to him, no one knows tomorrow.
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