Sauce Kid has been released from US prison, after serving 2years jail term

Nigerian rapper, Sauce Kid released from US prison two years after he was jailed for credit card fraud

Nigerian rapper, Sauce kid, whose real name is Babalola Falemi, has been released from prison, after he served a 2 years jail term.

The jail term had his previously sloppy career shattered after his release. Part of the charges against him were conspiracy to commit bank fraud and aggravated identity theft for which he was jailed for two years.

He was accused of stealing bank card numbers and identifying information of their owners, through which he  allegedly stole $15,388 from the unsuspecting victims.

After which he would use an automated system to change account PINs,  then he would withdraw cash from bank ATMS using them to purchase merchandise from stores.

Sauce kid, a.k.a Sinzu, was apprehended and arrested by the police at the Boise Airport with a card encoding device and over $6,000 in cash as he was about to board a flight.

A video captioned “My bro is back!! SINZU” surfaced on Instagram, .On Sunday, March 25, 2018.

In the video, the rapper was dressed in a black T-shirt and red pants trouser, as he was welcomed home.

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