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‘I Am Not A Yahoo Boy’: Fast-Rising Artiste Soft Speaks Up

Fast-rising musician Soft has cried out on Instagram that he is not an internet fraudster (or a “yahoo boy”). He made this announcement via his Instagram page a day after glorifying the trade in a video.

 

On Sunday, 28th October 2019, a video showed Soft discussing with friends when he made a suggestive statement. He said “Yahoo Money dey sweet ooo”

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4JwGt9Hf-G/?igshid=ds1tvvmy6qaa

A few minutes later, Instablog9ja shared the video and the question on everyone’s mind was if Soft is now a “Yahoo Boy”. The musician quickly posted a photo with a caption to debunk the spreading rumours about him.

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4LAyK5F1Wy/?igshid=6rwmgdfpo5q9

EFCC has been putting Nigerian celebrities on their toes.

 

In May, Naira Marley was arrested by the anti-graft agency in matters relating to fraud and money laundering. Instagram celebrity Ismaila “Mompha” Mustapha is presently in EFCC. EFCC arrested the social media “Big Boy” last week after it uncovered 51 bank accounts he uses for money laundering purposes.

 

Ismail Mustapha AKA Mompha is presently in EFCC custody

 

He also had five wrist watches allegedly worth over sixty million naira in his possession. Now celebrities will be careful of the statements they make on social media and the wealth they flaunt. No one wants to be in EFCC bad books you agree.

 

So, you’d understand why Soft is working so hard to debunk these yahoo boy rumours, especially for a fast-rising artiste.

Charis Ebiaghian

A creative writer ready to dish out juicy stories as they drop. When she is not writing, she is probably thinking of what to write next

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