See pictures of the place Hushpuppi used to buy food on credits and washed cars to survive
By tofaashir | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 735 views
The cyber crime criminal popularly know as the gucci master, master Hushpuppi who was arrested over the scamming allegations, that he had scammed almost 1.9 million persons and the sum total of 164 billion naira has over weeks been in the news.
Many persons have been digging his past and the new ones seems to be his former place of work where he had repeated alleged to be eating food on credits and same place where he washes car for survival. This is indeed a sign that he actually had a harsh life growing up. Last two weeks, pictures of him selling second hand clothes circulated.
The gucci master has been facing serious law battle as he engage the service of a renowned lawyer or barrister to help him win the case levied against him.
See pictures of the place below:
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