The popular social media agency, known as Instagram, has allowed a well-known fraudster to start using his account despite facing conviction for fraud in the United States. The report said that "Instagram has now permitted Hushpuppi to freely start using his social media account. It was stated that Hushpuppi didn't violate the platform’s laws."
Not long after this information was made public by a news agency known as Guardian News, many people started reacting. See the screenshots below.
Recall that Hushpuppi, whose real name is Ramon Abbas, lived a luxurious life in Dubai with expensive cars, clothes, and many attractive materials. The Nigerian, who likes to show off his rich lifestyle on Instagram, was detained by the FBI, the same agency that had issues with Abba Kyari for associating with Hushpuppi. When Ramon was arrested, about $41 million in cash and 13 luxurious cars valued at about $6.8 million were discovered, and more than 100,000 fraudulent files and the email addresses of about 2 million victims were found in his phones and computers.
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