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“He’s My Sick Son”: Screenshot Goes Viral As ‘Yahoo Boy’ Allegedly Uses Osita Iheme’s Photo to Scam ‘Oyinbo’

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“He’s My Sick Son”: Screenshot Goes Viral As ‘Yahoo Boy’ Allegedly Uses Osita Iheme’s Photo to Scam ‘Oyinbo’

In a disturbing case of identity theft, an internet fraudster tried to scam an unsuspecting victim using a viral meme of Nollywood’s Osita Iheme.

A screenshot of the individual’s conversation with the victim surfaced in the online community and stirred reactions from Nigerians.

The fraudster, who appeared to be posing as a lady, had sent a meme of the actor in which he was hospitalised.

When asked what was wrong, the fraudster claimed to be a parent of the ailing Iheme and said doctors requested about N1.3 million for his treatment.

Check out a screenshot of the conversation below:

Social media users react

juls_godwin said:

“Memes wey we dey do with the picture, E reach your turn, you wan use am collect money bros no be sooo.”

robinsongudn said:

“Pawpaw eyes don see shege for this life .”

daphnesimport said:

“Pawpaw wey indians dey use as memes . Only if d client no dey on social media sha.”

chrismarios.comm said:

“We have to declare a national paw paw day at this point.”

flamezyofficial_ said:

“Paw Paw wen we dey take him meme hold body jeje, e reach your turn, you use am run scam! Pablo you do this one.”

thegeminicookiee said:

“Wetin then no use paw-paw do for this life.”

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