While appearing on the famous MTV show, Catfish, the lady shared a screenshot of her chats with the alleged scammer who hit her up on Instagram and claimed to be Flavour, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
The woman alleged that the scammer made her move their conversations from Instagram to WhatsApp where he tried to scam her off some money.
In his response, Flavour distanced himself from the scammer.
“I have been to shows where fans bump into me and they be like ”Do you remember me and I don’t. I feel bad because I don’t want anybody going through this kind of trauma because of me. All my accounts are verified. I don’t give out my personal information,” he said.
Flavour is not the first Nigerian celebrity whose identity has been used to scam gullible women outside the country.
In 2018, Nollywood actor Mike Ezuruonye revealed how he was threatened by boyfriends and husbands of women who thought he scammed them.