The hotel package where Ramon Olorunwa Abas, also known as the "famous hacker" Hushpup, lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a few months, cost more than N700,000 per night, according to Nose Cream. in research. .
Palazzo Versace Dubai is a luxury 5-star hotel located on the Jaddaf Waterfront in Al Adadaf, Dubai. According to its website, the hotel is 15 minutes less than Dubai International Airport, eight minutes from the famous Burj Khalifa. The beautiful structure is located on the edge of the historic hollow of Dubai.
Versace Medusa signs were placed in most parts of the hotel, from the floor marbles to the walls and chairs of the room.
Your choice at the Palazzo Versace Dubai Hotel may not be related to your famous love of luxury. On October 18, 2018, Hushpup shared a Versace-themed cake he gave to the entire hotel on October 11 for his birthday.
In a series of photos posted on its Instagram page in September 2017, Neusroom was able to locate the hotel and staff, after which the alleged scammer left a few months after moving from Dubai to Malaysia in 2017.
Nose Cream took a look at some photos և videos he took in the living room, bathroom, toilet, other parts of the suite ում in the hotel environment he shared on his Instagram page և on the page of his best friend Sikiru Adekoya.
When we compared these messages on the hotel website, we found that Hushpupi lives in a "three-room apartment" that, according to the hotel website, costs AED 7,325 (N769125 N105) per night.
To the Palazzo Versace Dubai website posted on Tuesday, July 14, 2004.
When a Neusroom reporter was sent to the hotel to stay longer on the cost of the apartment, the hotel representative called our correspondent two days in the morning three days later, on Tuesday. և assured that if he gets a discount. there are three left. months, as mentioned in the email.
The representative wrote by e-mail:
Three-room accommodation without private pool - 315,000 AED (including all taxes) + Tourist exchange rate for AED 20 per night (3 bedrooms x 20 x 90)
"Three-room accommodation with private pool - AED 365,000 (including all floors) + AED 20 Tourist Dirham cost per night (3 rooms x 20 x 90)
E-mail The letter reads more.
"At the same time, we would like to extend the 25% discount on F&B (excluding Qs Bar և cigarettes), laundry և spa for all guests."
Some features of the suite include: Video door entry door intercom, spacious living room with 55-inch HD HD TV, large balcony, rechargeable packages, iPod handling station և video player. DVD:
The master bedroom has a queen bed, 55 ”HDTV, walk-in closet, Jacuzzi, walk-in shower և Versace facilities.
According to the findings of Neusroom, Hushpupi started posting photos of hotel rooms from June 2017 to June 6, 2020 (his last Instagram post), four days before his arrest. . It turns out that he stayed in the apartment for 33 months, hotel fees probably amounted to N421.5 million (for a discounted apartment with a private pool), excluding other food and beverage expenses that are not included in the hotel bill.
Spending nearly half a million on hotel rentals seems like a daunting task for any wealthy entrepreneur. Compared to the total of N168 billion obtained, according to Hushpupi and his colleagues, that number is starting to seem insignificant.
Hushpupi is in the bathroom of the apartment. Designer: Oludare Ogunbowale.
"They are trying to live fast to make sure they do not have a permanent address," the source told Neusroom. "It simply came to our notice then. If you spend so much on hotels, you will not want to imagine what you spend on cars, drinks, private showers, even clothes ... ”
When another Neosroom reporter called the hotel to confirm that the alleged hacker was in a hotel with celebrities, an African-American male who spoke to the reporter said he could not confirm.
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