Singer, Emma Nyra, has warned the critics of alleged internet fraudster, that rejoicing over his downfall will do them no good.
The 31-year-old gave the warning on Twitter on Sunday.
“A lot of people are happy about what happened to Hushpuppi because he was oppressing them on social media.
“The truth is that rejoicing in his downfall is not gonna put money in your pocket. I’m tired of reading about someone else’s downfall. Let me hustle my own jeje,” she tweeted.
When she was criticised by some Twitter users for appearing for defend Hushpuppi’s actions, she deleted the tweet and explained that she was not defending him but was tired of hearing and reading about his arrest.
She wrote, “Meanwhile I never said I was unhappy about his arrest. That’s the caption that Instablog gave you and you ran with it. I said I’m tired of reading about it.
“Of course his actions deserved the highest consequences. I never said otherwise. I said that I’m tired of reading about it.”
Hushpuppi, whose real name is Ramon Abbas, was on Thursday extradited from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) where he was arrested to the United States of America to face charges.
According to the US Department of Justice, He faces criminal charges “alleging he conspired to launder hundreds of millions of dollars from ‘business email compromise’ (BEC) frauds and other scams.”