- Former BBNaija season 5 star, Tochi, shared a screenshot of the message he received from a parody account of the late British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II
- The parody Queen's account asked him to send money because she was not dead and needed to return to the UK, and she also wanted tea and biscuits
- Nigerians have reacted differently to Tochi's post, most of them didn't believe him as they feel he might just be chasing clout
The Nigerian scam boys have done another hit, and this time their target is former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) Lockdown star, Tochi.
Tochi shared a screenshot of an online message he got from a parody Queen Elizabeth account. The sender said the monarch is not dead and she was sent to a deserted island.
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The reality star shared the hilarious message on his Instagram story as the late British monarch asked him to send $300 because she doesn't have access to her royal money.
He reacted to the post by merely writing "psychopath".
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Nigerians react to Tochi's post
Social media user users across the nation have reacted differently to the screenshot Tochi shared. Most of them feel he might be the one who sent it to himself just to chase clouts.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments below:
"Is this playing no come dey whine us?"
"How can anyone on earth fall for this? Are this people not dumb like this? Why I’m i even asking?? Of course, they are."
"Why do I feel he sent this message to himself. This boy likes clout."
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"Na this Tochi open the fake account still write himself for trend , nothing unah go tell me the guy nah yahoo yahoo kind of person."
"So this guy think say we mumu reach like dt to believe abi. Oga, ur dodo dy burn ,turn am."
"If you Believe this guy you're one of Nigeria's biggest problem."
"Just now una don get queen Elizabeth 3 is alright."
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The fabrics had reportedly been sent from Lagos to London in time for the ceremony and will reportedly be displayed in the London Museum.