We have people who can drop posts on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and several others, and their posts will get massive engagements from interested users of the platform. Sometimes, the post can either be educative, funny, or bringing awareness to users.
Today, a Twitter user identified as chemicalboyy dropped a post that was just for fun, and it was based on Yahoo boys. He has over thirty-one thousand followers on his Twitter account.
A yahoo boy is anyone using the internet to get involved in cybercrime, like scamming people of their money, and also illegal acts which the laws of the country are strictly against. They use different means to engage in these activities, so you have to be careful in order not to fall a victim to them.
If you are familiar with them, you will notice that Yahoo boys sometimes work in groups and they love to motivate themselves using some words. This is the reason Chemicalboyy told people to drop a Yahoo boy's quote, and within an hour it gathered over a hundred comments.
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