Yahoo boys, we are not fighting for you! Nigerian celebrities voice out

Yahoo boys, we are not fighting for you! Nigerian celebrities voice out

- Some Nigerian celebrities have come out to address cyber fraudsters who are jubilating amid the EndSARS protest

- According to the popular figures, the fight against police brutality is simply to combat injustice and not support crime

- Actress Belinda Effah and comedian Lizzy Jay voiced out on Instagram

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As Nigerian youths across the country continue to register their reservations against rising cases of police brutality in the EndSARS protest, it has also become important to stress the fact that the fight is not an opportunity to enable crime.

Some celebrities who are part of the ongoing protest have taken to their respective social media pages to make it clear that youths are not embarking on the fight in other to enable those who are guilty of internet fraud.

Actress Belinda Effah shared a post on her Instagram page in which she made it clear that the fight against SARS operatives is not an avenue for ‘yahoo boys’ to continue perpetrating fraud.

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"Dear Yahoo boys and girls, do you know that this fight is not for you. I hope you know that this fight is not to support crime but a fight against injustice. I hope you know that we are not shouting EndSARS just so you can do your yahoo freely."
Yahoo boys, we are not fighting for you! Nigerian celebrities voice out
Nigerian celebrities Belinda Effah, Lizzy Jay address internet fraudsters. Photo: Instagram/@iamlizzyjay/@belindaeffah
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According to the actress, once the fight against police brutality is finished, cybercrime will also be kicked against.

See her post below:

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Comedienne Lizzy Jay who shared a similar post said:

"I heard some Yahoo people jubilating!....Just so you know, we are reforming the whole System!#EndPoliceBrutality #EndSARS"

See her post below:

Fans of the celebrities were seen in their comment section speaking up. Read what they had to say below:

jenniferdesmond999 said:

"Please Belinda lets finish one first ooo people are loosing their lives and stop all this hashtag let settle one."

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coreyconnect said:

"Yes sure. Help the process by creating jobs for young graduates that are unemployed."

ese_g_makeovers said:

"Make dem create employment abi dem create employment Na ppl dy do cyber fraud."

xteechristabel said:

"Some of all these celebrities don't just have come on sense and this is part of it..They are trying to solve one ur hear blabbing Trash."

Lizzy Jay also returned to address those who found her post against internet fraudsters offensive.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that DJ Cuppy took to social media to give reasons for her continued absence at the protests against police brutality.

Cuppy said she was asked to self-isolate upon her arrival in Lagos from Dubai. The entertainer stated that the development has made her frustrated but her heart is still with those agitating.

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