50 Cent Announces Plan to Make Movie About Jailed Nigerian Scammer Hushpuppi
- The world is celebrating an 11-year sentence that was handed down to the popular Nigerian fraudster Hushpuppi
- American rapper and movie producer 50 Cent shared that he wants to make a series about a scammer
- Social media users could not remain calm after hearing the news, many said they could not wait for the series to be released on their screens
Movie lovers are waiting for a treat from an American Rapper 50 Cent, who promised to make a series about the imprisoned Nigerian fraudster Hushpuppi.
Hushpuppi, real name Ramon Abbas became popular for flaunting his lifestyle on his Instagram page. He served as nothing but a soft life in pictures dressed in high-end designer clothes, traveling in luxury cars, expensive watches and jewelry.
Abbas made headlines when International Police in Dubai pounced on him after months of investigation. According to Business Insider, he was sentenced to 11 years in prison and ordered to return $1.7 million (R30.3 million) in restitution to two victims of fraud.
Reaching out to his social networks ..pages after Khushpuppi handed down his sentence, 50 Cent said he plans to do movie based on it. He wrote:
“For my scammers I have to do this, the Hushpuppi series soon.”
Fans couldn't stay calm when they heard the news. Many have said that they are anxiously waiting several.
“Actually people are going to watch it.. it's just WILD. How to sell an airport that does not exist to an international bank.”
“The case is closed , and 50 don't go add to it something extra without Hushpuppi saying so.”
Son of 50 Cent Marquis offers him KSh 810k
Recently, the oldest son of 50 Cent Marquis Jackson offered the rapper KS 810,000 per day of its time.
The 25-year-old Marquis claimed that the monthly alimony 50 Cent provided to his mother was not adequate
“Because everyone thinks $6,700,810,000 (KSH 810,000) is so much money, someone tells my pop, I'll pay him $6,700 in just 24 hours of his time so we can do anything I've ever wanted to do with him as a child,” he said. Red-yellow-green of any color he likes.”