Catfishing is a deceptive act where someone creates a false identity, often online, to trick or manipulate others into a relationship or financial gain. On Sunday, Bounty took to his official Instagram account to post a comparative image of an elderly woman who had undergone a makeover resulting in a drastically younger appearance. He captioned the post in a lighthearted tone,
“See why mi nuh like woman inna make up look how goodie ready fi di road it’s the new scam brovaz be careful 🤣😂😅.
Could she be charged with misidentification? Bcuz that’s a totally different person beside her🤔”
Catfishing has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, particularly among the female populace. It can have serious emotional consequences for those who fall victim to it. The motivations behind catfishing can vary, but they often involve seeking attention, gaining power over others, or financial gain. The warning issued by Bounty Killer is timely, as many people have fallen victim to catfishing schemes, and the effects can be devastating.
Bounty Killer, who made headlines last week after chiding organisers for the lack of proper equipment during his set at Tracks and Records anniversary in Kingston, is using his platform to raise awareness about this growing problem.
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