Tuesday, September 22
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Video Call with Nigerian Love Scammer

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Love spell scammers have not been left behind as masses flock to social media. Many are seen in Facebook groups hawking their wares with promises of instant resurrection, love and money – true Nollywood cinema dreams come true . Most wise to the 419 tactics simply move on, but chances are someone will inevitably fall into the trap long set by princes turned miracle workers. But a perverse curiosity always remains, can they do it, and how?

Enter Kitboga, a YouTuber with a unique mission. His tagline “Everyday there are scammers taking advantage of people. I call them to waste their time, walk people through their “script” and lies, report info when I can, and otherwise make light of a dark situation.” His channel hosts hundreds of videos of him frustrating fake IRS, Microsoft, Internet phishing and numerous other scammers for the internet’s enjoyment.

In this recently published video, Kitboga takes us through the process of contacting a “genuine” love spell scammer caster. This one comes highly recommended by Erica Dickenson, who provides a powerful video testimony about getting her husband back 48 hours after contacting the spell caster. Everything you hear on the internet is true, you know.

Source: YouTube/Kitboga
Source: YouTube/Kitboga

Through ingenious catfishing, Kitboga disguises his voice and sets up a video call with the famed caster located in Nigeria. Things get very interesting from here.

Source: Kitboga/YouTube

From requests to win the love of Keanu Reeves, claims of being 71 years old, real Nollywood shrine and candles set-up, dolls stuck on a tree and an overall bizarre exchange is something that needs to be seen to be believed.

Source: Kitboga/YouTube

Kitboga sends along fake pictures of “herself” and desired bae for the purpose of binding. Our caster is confident that it will work! I mean, what is Keanu Reeves doing nowadays?

Source: Kitboga/YouTube

But the scammer appears to have met his match, left with free publicity and a fruitless trip to the bank.

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