Kenyan Forex Trader Sammy Boy caught pants down over fake beyonce Atlantis Royal Dubai invitation

Sammy Boy Beyonce Dubai concert invitation fraud

 

Beyoncé gave her first full performance in more than four years at the luxurious resort in Dubai, where the show took place. The audience was made up of correspondents and celebrities.
 

Kenyan forex trader Sammy Boy, who claimed that he attended Beyonce's exclusive performance in Dubai, has been shown to have lied about his whereabouts.
 

In a post on one of his social media sites, Sammy Boy said that he was the only Kenyan who had been invited to the private concert at the Royal Atlantis.
 

"Tomorrow, on my birthday, Beyonce will be doing a private concert at the Royal Atlantis, and I will be flying out there to see it."
 

"The fact that there were just those who had been invited there humbled me. I am thankful.
 
 

"I don't want to seem like I'm bragging, but I'm quite sure I'm the only Kenyan person here tonight at this exclusive gathering and performance."
 

The businessman said that due to the strict constraints, he would not be able to take any photographs or films while attending the event.
 
 

Internet detectives, on the other hand, looked into the claim and found that Sammy Boy did, in fact, share someone else's offer.
 

Beyoncé gave her first full concert in more than four years at a luxurious resort in Dubai. Invited reporters and people with a lot of influence were there to watch.
 

On Saturday, the musician who has won many Grammy Awards presented a nearly 75-minute concert to help unveil the city's newest expensive and extravagant hotel, which is called The Atlantis Royal.
 

In addition to her three children, her husband, Jay-Z, her parents, Tina Knowles-Lawson and Mathew Knowles, and other famous people were at the event, which was only open to people who had been invited.

Sammy Boy Beyonce Dubai concert invitation fraud

Sammy Boy Beyonce Dubai concert invitation fraud

Sammy Boy Beyonce Dubai concert invitation fraud

Sammy Boy Beyonce Dubai concert invitation fraud

 

 

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