Flavour raises alarm over fraudsters impersonating him to scam fans

Nigerian singer, Flavour, has issued a public advisory regarding people using his name and photos to defraud unsuspecting victims.

He disclosed via his official Twitter (X) account that yahoo boys are still impersonating him online and noted that he will never ask fans for money.

Flavour raises alarm over fraudsters impersonating him to scam fans

The ‘Nwa Baby’ crooner said anybody who has come in contact with such impersonators should report them to the appropriate authorities.

Flavour wrote; “Scammers are still in the business of impersonating me online. Please be aware that I will NEVER ask fans for money or any personal information.

If you’re contacted by someone claiming to be me, DO NOT engage with them and please report the account to the appropriate authorities.”

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Meanwhile, in related news…

Popular Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Chinenye Oluoma has berated young Nigerians who engage in internet fraud, commonly known as ‘Yahoo Yahoo’.

Oluoma who spoke during a sermon, said they may not end well if they continue down that path in the manner they are going about it.

In a video posted on his official Facebook page, the priest lamented how yahoo boys defraud innocent people of their hard earned money, stating that it would have been better if they targeted politicians.

He said in part; “When you pursue wealth at the expense of fellow humans, you are trashing people to get a treasure that will be a trash in your life.

I don’t understand when people who steal and dupe others get angry when ministers condemn it. Yahoo means a set of people who will just lock themselves in a house, look for somebody who is vulnerable using their computers and dupe the person everything he laboured for.

At least if you want to be a Yahoo, target politicians who are stealing money. But you won’t target such people, it is people who worked honestly. At least, target the bad politicians so that on the last day you and God may have conversations on it”.