I received numerous accusation this week and to my surprise, he is casting evil on those that will not donate to his needs. Due to his insistence to abuse others, it is time to demand action against bullying, threats, and blackmail. Sign the petition and circulate so others will not be harmed.
We demand a safe experience using social media platforms free of bullying and threats.
Every person has a right to raise money for their projects online/offline. However, when a person says, “no” and the exchange follows with a threat, it becomes a crime of extortion.
This past week, I received several complaints from members of laExpose’ which I am the Founder and also their friends. Members are complaining that they are being harassed. The perpetrator asks for money and if the member or friends don’t give him an “evil omen is spoken against them” by Prince Timmy Abiri (Timi, Timilehim) (Abiri Timilehim Stephen). When confronted, he denies and go into a victim role and rudely accusatory.
Last year, I was being humiliated and embarrassed by his slander campaign and ousted him from our platform, cutting off all communications. I felt like a hostage giving and supporting his organization. The antagonistic threats and blackmailed followed. It is time out for being gullible due to friendship! Everyone is not lying how he abuses people over money.
As a Leader of a large team of people including a large fan base, it is time to say NO MORE. We have to stand united against all levels of brutality that is evident criminal.
People that prey on Americans being generous, the magnanimity will diminish due to skepticism & exploitation.
It is time for us to demand that Facebook and other social media platforms. including law agencies to take decisive action to remove reported criminal bullies.
The stats of suicide and cyberbullying is on the rise and we need to have the courage to do something, say something! Be a victor, not a victim, report all forms of abuse it just might save someone earnings and even a life.
I have notified Facebook and the Economic & Financial Crimes Commission in Nigeria and US Homeland Security to step in.