Nobel Igwe has set the internet on fire.

Last week, the online media personality and entrepreneur tweeted about popular ventures internet fraudsters popularly known as "G-boys " or "Yahoo-Yahoo" engage in.

It didn't go down well with a lot of people, as some felt it was as a result of his tweet that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) cracked down on a popular nightclub in Lagos, a story the nightclub, Club 57, has denied in a statement, insisting that the EFCC did not arrest anyone inside their establishment.

While Noble has been called a snitch by some, others have supported his claims. 

Bounce News brings you 5 reactions by celebrities to his tweet.

1. Eldee

The rap veteran took to his Twitter handle to point out in a long thread that  a lot of Nigerians get involved in the get rich quick scheme.

"Today, we have a society that doesn’t respect honest work. A society that insists on the display of wealth for social status. A society that has raised the bar so high for everyone that even the rich have to lie about their true financial capacity," he tweeted.

He also said that he felt guilty for adding to the problem through his famous song  ''Big Boy''.

 "I made the song “big boy” and unwittingly contributed to the decay...I know better today," he added.

2. Kemi Adetiba

The film maker was of the opinion that internet scammers did it to survive.

"The "ROBIN HOOD" strategy is the oldest trick in the book. It is not based on generosity, it is truly based on survival.

''Building a false fall of "good" deeds so when trouble comes knocking, one has a super army to fight for," she wrote on her Instagram stories.

3. Timi Dakolo

Timi Dakolo was happy that Noble Igwe spoke up.

"Noble men speak the truth regardless of who is listening or not," he wrote.


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4. Cobhams

Music producer, Cobhams Asuoquo put up a defensive message and showed solidarity to the fashion entrepreneur.

"I stand with @noble_igwe and applaud him for daring to speak the truth so succinctly. We should all take a page from this and call out the things we know are wrong. Noble, you're a good man.

''Only those who don't have a burden for Nigeria would fault his stance on what cybercrime is doing to the country. #cybercrime #yahooboys #nigeria #youths #greatness," he wrote.

5. Efe (BBNaija)

 Efe went on Twitter  to first support 'Yahoo boys' before 'changing his mind' later.

"Yahoo boys bring money into the economy, Politicians steal money and take it out of our economy. Nigerians please who is justified?" he tweeted initially.

"Disclaimer: I, Efe Ejeba is no way in support of fraud or fraudulent activities. I only gave out a food for though. Thank you. GetYourPVCs MakeNigeriaBetter ProudlyNigerian " he later said.