Do you recognize this dude?? I’ve never seen him before either…but he’s recently been caught attempting to scam entertainment industry execs by claiming he was authorized to collect ad dollars for a popular hip hop magazine.
I normally don’t do posts like this but I’m feelin some kinda way today about all these fake “A”zz knee-grows tryna take over my city. First, I read about the fake Emory doctor scamming Atlanta women with promises of free automobiles and now this??
Atlanta has become NOTORIOUS of late, as a city full of impostors and I want to do my part to put a stop to it.
Dennis Byron of HipHopEnquirer.com, prepared a “sting” at Atlanta’s Lenox Square Mall and caught the impostor on camera:
Check out footage of dude claiming to represent national tabloid Hip Hop Weekly as he attempts to dupe me out of several dollars to get my “artist” in the magazine.? Little does he know what my affiliation with the magazine is.
This undercover investigation was coordinated by the founders of Hip Hop Weekly and Hip Hop Enquirer.com after we received several complaints about this dude taking thousands from individuals around the country.
Click HERE to read the full detailed story behind the “sting” and how Dennis caught the scam artist red handed.? These transplants are getting outta hand.
Seriously. Why is it that people feel they can move to a city…ANY CITY… and reinvent their entire lives?
I’m all for progress… but be YOU. Not somebody else.? They’re all taken anyway.