News broke out this morning on the death of the founder of the popular Ponzi scheme, MMM Sergei Mavrodi. Nigerians have however reacted to the news on twitter and according to a user, the founder deserved what he got.
Mavrodi reportedly died today of heart attack at the age of 62.
The comment came mostly from Nigerians and people from other parts of the world whose encounter with the Ponzi scheme had been mostly unpalatable.
Some of the comments raised questions about the circumstances that surrounded his death, while the majority of the people believed that it was just a clear case of Karma.
Mavrodi inaugurated his pyramid scheme in 2011 and crashed in Nigeria in December 2016.
See some of the tweets below:
MMM founer Sergey Mavrodi is dead. Died of heart attack. U cant eat Nigerians money just like that, ask Abacha
MMM founer Sergey Mavrodi is dead. Died of heart attack. U cant eat Nigerians money just like that, ask Abacha 😅 pic.twitter.com/bgOuTx3fOy
— D U B E M (@no_rookie) March 26, 2018
Sergey Mavrodi is dead, who will refund my money? Who knows any of his relatives?
— Black Jesus (@Jorndoe) March 26, 2018
RIP, Sergey Mavrodi, Russian pioneer of the post-Soviet pyramid scheme. You won’t be missed (except by the millions of people still expecting their payouts). https://t.co/hGolSnbPLH
— Kevin Rothrock (@KevinRothrock) March 26, 2018
"MMM founder, Sergey Mavrodi is dead."
The collective prayers of Nigerians might not work because it lacks sufficient faith but their curses are well intended, spiced with enough anguish and vitriol that usually can't miss.
— Mack Daddy (@Temisque) March 26, 2018
Read it somewhere Sergey Mavrodi, MMM founder died of heart attack in Moscow, Russia..
Fear Nigerians… Our curse(s) don't miss.. we will back it up with Ogun, sango and Oya..
To those involved, Hopes are dashed… Smh!
— 😉FOLLOW BACK YOU WILL NOT DIE 🌼 (@SheunDam) March 26, 2018
So Sergey Mavrodi is dead?
Azzin MMM founder is dead?
African Juju no dey get border, e no dey use Visa.
Man thought he could scam the scammers themselves. pic.twitter.com/UnRm3V8hT2
— Ukpai Ifeanyichukwu (@Myka_veli) March 26, 2018