Nicki Minaj Angry Ex-boyfriend Leaked Her S-xtape Facebook Scam
December 17, 2013 5:12 AM
The Facebook post below:"[VIDEO] Nicki Angry Ex-boyfriend Leaked Her s-xtape", is a scam called "Facebook Scam Type 1926". If this post shows up on your Facebook Wall or Timeline, please report it to Facebook and then delete it. Do not follow the instructions in the post, "like" or share it because you will only help spread this scam to your Facebook friends.
There is NO leak video of Nicki Minaj caught on camera, so please do not visit the websites or follow the instructions in the post, unless you want to help spread this scam to other Facebook users.
The Nicki Angry Ex-boyfriend Leaked Her S-xtape Malicious Facebook Post
[VIDEO] Nicki Angry Ex-boyfriend Leaked Her s-xtape
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[VIDEO] Nicki Minaj Boyfriend Leaked Her S-xtape as revenge Watch Now..
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