Sauce Kid Out From US Prison
Popular Nigerian rapper Sauce Kid (with Babalola Falemi as his real name) has just been released from a U.S. federal prison after serving out his two year jail sentence.
Sinzu, as the rapper is fondly called, was incarcerated in the United States of America for aggravated identity theft, having been accused of stealing bank card numbers and identifying information of their owners, and allegedly stealing $15,388 from unsuspecting victims.
As recalled, the rapper was caught up law enforcement agents as he wanted to board a flight at Boise Airport in Idaho, United States of America.
According to authorities, Sauce Kid was said to have obtained stolen bank card numbers and identified information from their owners. He then encoded the account numbers onto blank plastic cards.
It was alleged that after using an automated system to change account PINs, Sauce Kid was able to withdraw cash from bank ATMs and bought merchandise from stores between July 23 and 26, 2016.
At the time of his arrest, police said that Sauce Kid was caught with a card-encoding device and about $6,000 cash. The rest, as they say, is history.
Sauce Kid has now been released from prison after completing his 2 year jail term and is now a free man once more.