Instagram spam often goes like this. See below and beware of fake accounts! Always for “real fans”.
Note the poor English. Anyone who follows the real Nita knows this isn’t how she writes.
Sorry for the no-show last night. Jen was sick Thursday and it was my turn Friday. I vomited nine times but I also drank a gallon of fluid to stay hydrated.
Get well soon Mike.
“Alaye” is a code word in the scam community, meaning “powerful person”. Instagram scammers from Nigeria use it to identify themselves to one another. In the screenshot below you can see one person throw the word at me, and when I responded with the same, they admitted they’re a hustler. This is the second such admission I received when using the code word.
You might also see a couple other words I used.
Stay safe online folks!
Instagram spambots are the weirdest thing. Unlike most people, I like responding to my spam. I find it entertaining. The spam below was in response to yesterday’s post about being “Cool”.
My response about my “great works” generated even more comments from spambots, advising me that the $30,000 was real. But the weirdest one arrived by private message below. So fucking weird.
The best comment came from Marco of the Contrarians who does a dead-perfect spambot impersonation:
you’ve been ingeniously living an incredible time , I’m certain you will continue on your path of success with much courageous. Message her to find out more about longevity and find out more
Cheers for the laugh Marco!
The saying is true!
For you on your birthday, one of Glass Tiger’s best rockers, “I’m Still Searching”!