Meet Hushpuppi's son, the only heir apparent to Hushpuppi's wealth (Photos)
By Abiola2020 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 29287 views
Raymond Abbas Igbalodely, popularly known as Ray Hushpuppi, was born on June 14, 1988, in Oworonshoki, Lagos State.
It was recently on everyone's lips after it was suspected of cyber-attacks and fraud by Dubai police. However, he went to the FBI, where he was awaiting trial in Chicago, USA.
Hushpuppi is known to have a great life because he always showed his wealth. It always comes with different fashion styles, shoes, five-star hotels and a love of cars.
He is always known for his wealth, because he owns cars such as Rolls Royce, SUV, Range Rover Sport, Mercedes G-Benz, Maybach S650 and others worth millions of dollars.
Hushpuppi, Dior and Jayden, the proud fathers of the two, were born to different mothers. He tried not to share his private and family life, but photos of his children were seen when one of the baby's mothers accused him of not fulfilling his father's responsibilities. Hushpuppi responded with statements that he had made a contribution, but was fired for mismanagement of funds.
She appeared online after sharing a photo of a boy from a mall in Dubai while taking photos of her son.
Usually, the father's property will be inherited by the son. This is what we should expect in the coming years, because young people want their father to prosper if the government does not hold all of them. He must inherit all his property, but of course his father's deception, can he join?
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