See why Hushpuppi was arrested over $100 million scam

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The reason for the arrest of the Nigerian Instagram celebrity, Ramon Abbas, popularly called Hushpuppi at the United Arab Emirates (Dubai) by the Interpol and FBI agents has been revealed.

Huspuppi was alleged to successfully intercepted a deal of over $100 million which the United States government was paying to purchase ventilators for COVID-19 patients in Native America.

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The investigation report said Hushpuppi have a special programming tool used to hack emails and monitor big transactions going on between companies. They got wind of the discussion between the US government and the manufacturer through an email hack and waited till it was time for payments to be made.

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All they did was intercept the email from the manufacturer and smartly entered their own account number without the knowledge of both parties.

After this deal went through, Hushpuppi bought a 2021 Rolls Royce Cullinan worth over $500,000 and also a Villa; this purchase triggered the US authorities as they have been trying to track down a number of internet fraudsters who have been on million dollar scam deals for some years now.

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The Interpol and FBI stormed their plush abode in the United Arab Emirates and arrested both Hushpuppi and Woodberry. They have been flown to Washington to answer for their crimes.

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