Olatayo Amokade who's popularly known as Ijebuu took to his daughter's Instagram account to announce that his Instagram handle of 1.7 million Instagram followers has been hacked by fraudster.
Speaking in Yoruba he said, " Won Ti Soo Alagbara Mi Di Ole" which means, These fraudsters has turned him from a powerful man to a lazy man. He revealed that his account was hacked but he's working to get it back. He also said, anyone that ask his fans for money they shouldn't give them because he's not asking anyone for money ooo. He shared this video through his daughter's account notifying his fans to be very careful.
Ijebuu is a renowned comic actor, master of ceremonies, film maker, producer, dancer, content creator, brand ambassador and brand influencer, with 1.7 million Instagram followers. He was born on the 5th of May 1979. And a native of Illishan Remo, Ogun State. He attended Ibadan Polytechnic, where he obtained a Diploma certificate in Mass Communication. He's happily married and blessed with two children.
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