Award winning International singer, Peter Okoye otherwise known as Mr P of the popular duo, Psquare has lashed out at fraud victims.
Peter Okoye questioned if fraudsters use charms while carrying out their activities as he can’t seem to understand how they are able to convince victims to pay for giveaways.
Mr P made this known as he reacted to the rantings of a victim who fell into the hands of fraudsters impersonating the singer.
Taking the Twitter, the victim had dragged the singer to refund him his money.
Raining curses on him, the victim told him to avoid embarrassing himself on the app.
“@PeterPsquare Oga respect urself and refund my money. U no go see peace till u send me back my monie, insha Allah! No embarrass urself bcos of small change, send me back my monie. U wey don get, dey collect from me wey still dey hustle, ah! U no get shame. Refund my monie”.
Responding to him, Peter noted how a good name is better than a bad name.
Pushing the blames on the victims, he described the as being selfish and greedy.
Peter pointed out how give aways are meant to be free yet they fall victims to fraudsters to demand they pay money for give aways.
“A good name is better than bad name! This victims are so selfish and greedy! I thought Giveaway was some one Giving Away money! But how do this fraudsters convince the victims to pay for Giveaway is something I don’t understand! I will continue disclaiming it! How can some one tell you to send him 7k for you to receive 140k? Does that make any sense? Abi this fraudsters the use Juju for mouth?”.
Kemi Filani news recalls Peter Okoye cried out over how online swindlers where using his name to scam people on social media.
The member of the music group P-Square said this on Instagram while commenting on an earlier tweet he shared.
Responding to a fan who said he wanted N500,000 before the end of the year, Mr. P of PSquare said, “Now! Tweets like this are what these fraudsters are after off.
“They see how desperate you come online and beg for money or giveaway and they will take advantage of you by claiming it’s me and you will fall for it! Stop the f*cking online begging! Irritating.”
Mr P who runs a lottery programme noted that online fraudsters disguise behind the platform to scam people using his name.