Fake Uti Nwachuwku Scams gullible Women
Impersonation has been one of the most unfortunate problems of fame. Actor/model/TV host Uti Nwachukwu's case can't be far fetched from this trending problem affecting the lives of celebrities on the social media network.
On social media, a few superstars had stated that people are impersonating them; informing the public of the fake Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Now involving Big Brother Africa (BBA) star, Uti Nwachukwu has contacted Nollywoodgists.com to share and alert everyone about a man who is impersonating him via BlackBerry Messenger (BBM).
Known as Fake Uti, he goes around asking ladies to send nude photos of themselves and money.
He follows real Uti on Twitter and Instagram to get photos, so to enable him update his BB status. Fake Uti adds naive girls and promises them deals with brands including Peak and Samsung.
He would ask them to send N60,000 to his account and nude photos, so he can “be sure they are hot enough for the job”.
Uti also says the man makes sure the ladies sleep with the HR/PR of the company (which is actually Fake Uti) for the job.
Unfortunately, when they realized it is the fake Uti, and refuse to send him the requested amount, he blackmails them and threatens to post the photos online.
His Facebook account with Uti's name has been closed a couple of times, but he keeps reopening it and searching for his next victim.
Uti states that the scammer's new strategy is to impersonate Melvin Oduah of Big Brother Africa: The Chase on Facebook and recommend people to the Fake Uti.
Uti Nwachukwu is doing everything to put an end to this scam. It is surprising that these young women were so trusting to have sent these potentially damaging images to a total stranger. “I implore you to be careful, so you don't become a victim of this fraud”.