Tion Wayne 'Exposes' Fraudster Who Spent Over £2K With His Bank Card
3 September 2019, 13:08 | Updated: 3 September 2019, 13:24
North London rapper Tion Wayne has revealed that his bank card was stolen at his birthday party. He also 'exposed' the person behind the fraud.
On Tuesday (3 Sept) Tion Wayne took to several social media platforms reveal that someone used his bank card that he lost at his birthday party.
The "Me Or The Lifestyle" rapper revealed that he discovered who took his bank card. He also claimed that the person used it to buy several luxury designer items.
The Edmonton-bred rapper took to Twitter and wrote "Some girl found my bank card at my party and done a shopping spree and her snapchat is matching with the shopping spree on my bank account I didn’t even clock Barclays did. should I hot her up"
Some girl found my bank card at my party and done a shopping spree and her snapchat is matching with the shopping spree on my bank account I didn’t even clock Barclays did should I hot her up— T WAYNE 9 (@TIONWAYNE) September 2, 2019
While many fans encouraged the rapper to expose the girl who he accuses of stealing his bank card, the rapper claimed he didn't want to expose her.
He responded "Gonna low her she’ll get to much traffic" on Twitter to fans who tried to convince him to expose her.
Got her address lol doughnut amateur— T WAYNE 9 (@TIONWAYNE) September 2, 2019
However, the rapper felt as though his SnapChat is more of a private place and exposed screenshots of the transactions made from his bank account.
The screenshots show the alleged fraudster took £615.00 out of Tion's Barclays account on Sunday (1st Sept). Another screenshot the rapper uploaded to his SC, shows the fraudster spent £14500 at Louis Vuitton.
On the "I'm On" rapper also posted a Snap of pink Gucci trainers that the fraudster allegedly bought and wrote "Look at this tramp".
Tion Wayne also found the alleged girl who did the fraud on Snapchat and Instagram and posted a photo of her account on SC. He also captioned the photo "She's from South what a surprise".
The rapper did admit that he didn't intentionally want her to be exposed publicly on social media. He wrote on Twitter "Yo allow the girl man I don’t even care it’s done man she said she didn’t know it was mine I didn’t expose her".
He continued "I posted that on my private snap someone on there got to excited and screenshotted I don’t care it’s small change it’ll get refunded".