- Singer Terry G has shown solidarity for Dubai-based big boy Ray Huspuppi following reports of his recent arrest
- Terry G in a post shared on IG noted that nobody is clean and as such, Hushpuppi needs prayers at the moment
- The singer, however, deleted the post some moments after he shared it
Popular Nigerian music star Gabriel Oche Amany aka Terry G recently took to social media to show support for Dubai-based big boy, Ray Hushpuppi, who is currently facing issues with the FBI and Interpol, on a fraud-related case.
Terry G posted a photo of Hushpuppi on his verified Instagram page and accompanied it with a caption in which he made a case for the flamboyant individual.
According to Terry G, nobody is entirely clean or perfect, but must simply pray to God to keep their secrets hidden.
The Akpako crooner noted that people should extend prayers towards Hushpuppi.
He said: "None of us is clean nor perfect, all we pray is for God to bo our asiri… pray for him."
However, shortly after sharing the post and showing support for Hushpuppi, the singer took down the post from his Instagram page.
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In a related story, popular bureau de change operator, Mompha, also showed support for Hushpuppi following his arrest.
Mompha who is also known for showing off a luxury lifestyle on social media offered some words of support which were similar to what Hushpuppi said when he was also involved in a case with the Interpol and the EFCC.
Some trolls were quick to note that Mompha’s post was an attempt to mock Hushpuppi.
Still on the arrest of Hushpuppi, Legit.ng previously reported that singer and music producer, Samklef, also came out to share an important piece of advice for people who are involved in fraudulent activities as a way of earning a living.
According to him, such people should learn to keep their business off social media or risk being caught by the authorities.
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