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American Woman Accuses Nigerian singer Runtown And His Brother Of Defrauding Her Of 45 Million Naira


An American woman has called out Nigerian popstar, Runtown and his brother, and accused them of fraud.

According to her, ‘I wrote him two checks in two companies name, $32,000 and $107,000, after he got the checks and cashed he started saying stories, later on he started saying they would pay after runtown’s show in Canada, I and my fiancée couldn’t have it because, we never invested on anyone’s music, I even had to come down to Kenya just to be certain my fiancée wasn’t involved, and even arrested the Alex, and after investigations and all we found out it was jack, his brother and wife trying to play a fast one on us, his wife claimed they had the money returned to me, which I also have the record of’.

She went on to say, ‘I and my fiancée has used over $18,000 for both legal fees tickets and hotel bills already, he had to even travel to Nigeria to make a report also.

'This past months I have been dealing with cancer and chemo and catching flights from Texas to New York regularly just as result of my fiancée trusting his fellow country man so much'.

I gave this people $107,000 and they only paid $150000 to my fiancée.

Above was when jack got the check, and also a 3 way call with him Alex and my fiancée’.

See the video and screenshots shared by the woman below:

Runtown’s management: ‘Its all lies, We have contacted the Nigerian security agencies, DSS and EFCC who are all on the matter at the moment. Runtown has never and will never defraud anyone’.

Via YabaLeft

My view: Is she for real?, she said she wanted to send the money to her lover in Kenya, it looks like she's been allegedly double scammed, that's sad. What on earth was she thinking, with all the news of online scammers all over the place and she still didn't learn from others. I hope the Nigerian government help her get her money back if she was allegedly scammed, as she claims, or maybe she forgot she invested the money in music. There are so many scumbags scammers on social media, you just have to be careful not to fall for their lies especially some fake musicians. I feel sorry for the woman, she even doubted her fiance, that she had to travel to Kenya to meet him. My dear any fiance you're keeping and sending huge money like that, then you clearly need help.