Three days after reality TV star, Kim Kardashian was robbed in her private hotel in Paris by men dressed as cops who dispossessed her of a ring worth $4.5m and jewellery box worth $5.5m, controversial media personality Kemi Olunloyo has opined that foremost blogger Linda Ikeji and 5 Star Music honcho E-Money are the next in line to be robbed.
Kemi who took to her Twitter account to express her views on the issue said the pair just like Kim Kardashian have a habit of flaunting their wealth in public.
“Basketmouth flaunts $400k on Instagram he’s robbed. Kim Kardashian flaunts ring on Snapchat, she’s robbed? Next up Linda Ikeji & E-Money.
“Keep flaunting your assets on #socialmedia and don’t shock us when criminals pay you a visit. Stop posting houses, cars, babies on SM!” She said in her post.
By Ahmed Boulor…
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