- An Oyinbo lady, Joanna Orou, residing in Greece, expresses frustration over unsolicited emails from suspected Nigerian “Yahoo boys.”
- She posts a viral TikTok video addressing the scammers, having received over 100 such emails.
- Intriguingly, some claim to work for the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- Joanna calls on the scammers to stop contacting her and wasting their time.
These scammers are infamous for deceiving unsuspecting individuals and extracting money from them through online fraud.
The lady, identified as Joanna Orou and known on TikTok as @joannaorou, has become a vocal critic of these alleged scammers.
In a video posted on her TikTok account, which has since gone viral, Joanna addressed the perpetrators directly, questioning their persistence in targeting her.
In her video, Joanna claimed to have received an astounding number of over 100 unsolicited emails from people she does not know but strongly suspects to be affiliated with the Yahoo boys.
She explicitly called out the scammers, asking them if they were not tired of attempting to deceive her.
@user6099326191845 said; “Be careful with the Yahoo boys.”
@coda blue said; “Honestly you are so beautiful.”
@Badboineto said; “We are the ones that love you more. We are the ones that have time for you. You should be happy that we are looking for you.”
@user4958131775984 reacted; “Hello good morning please I want to be your friend please can I make you my friend.”
@ydotcom said; “Your English pronunciation is fantastic.”
@user318812081297daniel said: “Weldon my onyibo tell them the truth.”
@King commented; “I don’t need to be yahoo, to tell you that you are beautiful, and your English is clear to understandable.”