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“Your juju aint working on me” – Oyinbo Man Tells Desperate Nigerian Scammers (Video)

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A hilarious video trending online shows a Caucasian man, who has managed to outsmart Nigerian scammers, telling the Yahoo boys that their charm isn’t working on him.

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The man told Nigerian scammers that he can help them get other clients (maga) so that they can buy their G-Wagons and everything else they want. But advised them to forget trying to scam him because he’s immune to their charms.

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