Popular Nigerian Instagram big boy and alleged fraudster, Raymond Abbas popularly known as Hushpuppi has said that his story should give hope to Nigerians.
This is coming after Raymond Abbas was apprehended by the Dubai police and being extradicted to the United states, FBI.
In the 5mins video, Hushpuppi said
“Una suppose use my story do documentary to give people hope,” the 37-year-old said in Pidgin English in the five-minute video.
“But una feel say people no deserve hope, na suffer they must dey use to. Una believe say na wetin I deserve na to suffer.”
The social media celebrity said bad government had deprived many, including his mother in the Niger Delta region, of a good life.
“What about people in Badagry, people in Agege, enjoyment reach their side? he asked.
“What about people wey dey Ebonyi state? Not for once I don watch news, I don hear say one development don reach Ebonyi. All those places dem no be Nigerians, dem no deserve enjoyment?”
Hushpuppi apparently did the video as a response to Nigerians on social media who were questioning his source of money and also criticising his flamboyant lifestyle.
“Una come look say meat wey I dey chop for abroad na him dey affect Nigeria, na him make Nigeria no good, I no deserve to chop meat, I no deserve to wear better clothes, I no even deserve to look like human being,”
In the video, he talked about his personal struggle with poverty, how he got hit by a commercial motorcycle and how he lost his younger sister and a step-mother because of poverty and illness.
“I no enjoy one single enjoyment from government, my papa no enjoy one enjoyment. For my own generation, I am the only one that has escaped from poverty,” he said.
He said President Muhammadu Buhari owes his father explanation on why there was so much poverty in Nigeria.