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RSN™ SCAM NEWS: Ghana Sakawa Boy Throws Money Away
Spraying Money In Public Is My Way Of Sharing My ‘Achievements’ – Money Beast Reveals
This is the story of a 17-year-old alleged ‘sakawa’ boy, Money Beast, who has been captured on camera spraying cash around to flex his financial muscle.
The video of the said ‘sakawa’ boy, which has since gone viral on social media, raised many questions as to why he was throwing money away.
The young man, affectionately called Money Beast, probably because of the way he treats money, has said that sharing money is part of his corporate social responsibilities.
According to him, he finds it necessary to share money especially with the less-privileged because it is one of the ways in which he can share his achievements with the people in his locality.
Money Beast, a Nigerian who resides in the Central Region of Ghana, is noted for always traveling in a convoy and putting smiles on people’s faces while on the road.
Some of his social media photos showed him posing with huge sums of money and a money counting machine.
Deskid Wayne and his girlfriend Emeka Okwuchukwu
- Wayne’s profile: https://www.facebook.com/deskid.wayne
- Emeka’s profile: https://www.facebook.com/mhizdeskidwayne
Living the life scamming MEN the world over – pretending to be hundreds of different porn stars living in Ghana. He is estimated to have made more than US$500,000 in two years, and has the police paid off.
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