Mompha deletes all Instagram posts after Hushpuppi arrest

Nigerian internet celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha, better known as Mompha, has now cleared the contents of his Instagram page, few days after Hushpuppi was arrested in Dubai.

The police authorities in Dubai had shared video of how Hushpuppi, whose real name is Raymond Igbalode, was taken down in a special operation over alleged cyber-fraud involving 1.9 million victims to the tune of N168 billion.

At about the same time when Hushpuppi was arrested, Mompha, who appeared not to be in good terms with his alleged criminal counterpart, had taken to his Instagram page to advise people not to celebrate one’s shortcomings as no one knows tomorrow.

“Never mock anyone who is facing a trail case cos you don’t know tomorrow. For those who are worried about me am safe and sound. No shaking, God never disappoint his own,” he wrote on June 10.

Mompha, who is equally facing fraud charges is known to often flaunt his wealth and luxury lifestyle on social media like Hushpuppi.

Some Nigerians has been invading his Instagram comment section to tag FBI and Interpol on his post while trolling  him.

Apparently cheesed off, the socialite and self-acclaimed Bureau De Change agent poured out his annoyance at those drawing the attention anti-graft agencies to him.

“O Allah, please grant every believing man and woman: Your mercy, Your guidance, Your blessings and Your forgiveness (Amin),” he wrote in an expletive-laden post.

“JUMMA’AT Mubarak ??!!! Note: For those idiots tagging fbi and interpol on my page and saying you are next na thunder go fire those hand you use in typing by the special Grace you idiot think fbi or interpol dont know mompha you must be really sick f**king hypocrites they never mind their business B**tards!!”
Nearly three weeks later, the controversial figure took to his Instagram page to delete all pictures showcasing his fleet of expensive cars and his luxury home furniture, leaving what appears to be a motivation post.

Mompha's only Instagram post reads: “I usually give people more chances than they deserve but once I’m done, I’m done”.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had earlier arrested Mompha over alleged N32.9 billion money laundering while he was about leaving the Abuja airport for UAE.

He would later be released after the federal high court in Ikoyi in Lagos, had granted him bail in the sum of N100 million in bond.

His latest stunt also comes after the FBI had published a slew of photos and sought assistance in finding six Nigerians who were indicted for fraud by the United States.

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