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Simi Music Bans ‘Fraud Boys’ From Buying her Songs

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Simi has revealed if internet fraudsters, popularly known as “Yahoo Boys” buying her songs and streaming her videos online means she is promoting internet fraud, then they should stop patronizing her.

She said this while she engaged her fans in an Instagram Live Video on April 5.

In the video, Simi was out-rightly downplaying internet fraud. The singer said there is no way anyone could glorify fraud, stating it is wrong and that it totally negates normalcy.

While she was expressing her thoughts on “yahoo yahoo,” one fan who was watching the live video told her she should not condemn the guys that involve in fraud.

The fan said those same guys she condemns are the ones who buy her songs and go as far as watching her videos online.

In response to the fan, Simi said irrespective of the fact that internet fraudsters buy her songs and stream her videos, “it doesn’t mean she wouldn’t condemn the act.”

She said, she would like them to stop buying her songs and streaming her videos.

She said she is satisfied with people who patronise her music with money that is made through legal means.

“If buying my CDs and streaming my videos is what you want to use to hold me down, please don’t buy my songs and don’t stream my videos. I don’t even get it, what is wrong is wrong, stop glorifying what is bad. Stop people even go as far as being fetish with this scam of a thing. It should stop,” Simi said.

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