Hushpuppi is having the worse moment of his life and it seems there’s anything he can do to salvage the situation.
The self-acclaimed billionaire and Instagram star was apprehended in Dubai last month over allegations he was involved in multi-million dollar fraud scheme and has since been handed over to the US.
And this time around he has been exposed for supposedly marrying a foreign woman with the aim of gaining citizenship to her country.
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The American lady was born on a small island called Saint Kitts and Nevis located in the West Indies, located between North and South America. She now resides in North Carolina. By marriage, Hushpuppi has taken on her right to citizenship of the country.
This week, the government of Saint Kitts and Nevis distanced itself from the supposed criminal after establishing the news to media outlets in a statement.
“We note that the Nigeria-born Mr. Abbas, 37, was granted a St. Kitts and Nevis passport in February 2020 by virtue of his marriage to Shawana Nakesia Chapman, 32, a citizen of St. Kitts and Nevis by birth and the United States of America. Ms. Chapman, a resident of North Carolina, USA, married Mr. Abbas in Nigeria in October 2018, thereby conferring him with the right to St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship,” an official statement read.
However the FBI have disclosed that they will be using the Instagram account of Hushpuppi as evidence to charge him in the long list of crimes he’s been accused of, including; money-laundering, cyber fraud, hacking, criminal impersonating, scamming individuals, banking fraud and identity theft.
Hushpuppi’s account – which boasts 2.5 million followers – shows of a life of designer shopping sprees, lavish homes and holidays abroad and fleet of super-cars and private jets.
In fact the social media flexing was a mere cover-up to lure in potential new victims, claims authorities. They also claim that Hushpuppi and a group of other scammers including Mr Woodberry made silly slip-ups online which ultimately provided crucial information about their fraudulent activities to investigators.
Former senior prosecutor Glen Donath in the US Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC told the BBC; “I think there’s probably a certain arrogance when they believe they’ve been careful about maintaining anonymity in their online identities, but they live high on the hog and get careless on social media.”