How Hushpuppi scammed Italian Football Club

It was previously reported that Ramon Abbas, known to his social media followers as "Ray Hushpuppi", was arrested in Dubai last month after a months-long investigation led by the FBI.

How Hushpuppi scammed Italian Football Club


The infamous scam from 2018 has finally been resolved. it took place when Lazio football club of Italy thought they had paid the sum of €2 million as the final instalment fee when they bought a player named "Stefan De Vrij" from Feyenoord football club In Netherland, unknown to them, it was Hushpuppi and his gang members that hacked and got them scammed.


It was previously reported that Ramon Abbas, known to his social media followers as "Ray Hushpuppi", was arrested in Dubai last month after a months-long investigation led by the FBI. He has been transferred to the United States and appeared in a Federal court in Chicago.

 It has been reported by Sports-news Journalist and twitter sensation 'Deji Faremi' that Hushpuppi and his gang were responsible for the widely published scam on SS Lazio in 2018, diverting payment of €2 million Euro meant for Feyenoord Player's Final Transfer-fee.

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Deji Faremi Reports:
"Remember in 2018 when Lazio reportedly fell for a scam and paid the final €2 million instalments of Stefan De Vrij transfer fee into an account pretending to be Feyenoord's?