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"Arrest Davido, Rema, and Other Celebrities For Endorsing RackSterli" - Investors Scammed.

Some outraged Nigerians have called on security operatives to arrest celebrities such as David Adeleke, widely known as Davido, Divine Ikubor, professionally known as Rema, and Williams Uchemba for sponsoring and promoting RackSterli, a Ponzi scheme company that has allegedly scammed many people.

showed the RackSterli’s website has crashed, leaving investors due for payment stranded. Some subscribers who invested in the scheme without getting returns since last year are lambasting the celebrities for promoting it. “All the celebrities that endorsed the scheme should be arrested too. Davido, Williams Uchemba supported the brand and they got us into this. Now the so-called Racksteri investment ran away with our money after buying himself a Brand New G. Wagon days after his accident,” Akintunde Mayowa Johnson told SaharaReporters.

The celebrities were shown in viral videos endorsing the platform, which prompted people to invest in it. “I'd like to introduce you to one of Nigeria's largest investment platforms. There are numerous opportunities over there... It has been quite dependable throughout the last six months. Davido added in one of the tapes seen by SaharaReporters, "We've had wonderful referrals." The Ponzi-like venture, owned by one Chidi, also known as Blackgold, provides various packages to its customers, including Standard, Diamond, Premium, Ruby, Platinum, Emerald, Gold, and Topaz. They come in 11 different packages. A cheque from a celebrity On Saturday, www.racksterli.org displayed the RackSterli's website has failed, leaving investors owed money stuck. Some members who invested in the program but have not received any returns since last year are criticizing celebrities for promoting it.

“All celebrities who supported the scam should be arrested as well. Davido and Williams Uchemba backed the brand and got us involved. Now, the so-called Racksteri investment has run away with our money after purchasing a brand new G. Wagon just days after his accident,” Akintunde Mayowa Johnson told SaharaReporters.

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