In a recent Hannity exclusive, two Nigerian brothers who were involved in the fraud of Jussie Smollett’s faked attack came forward with a genuine apology.
It was shocking to see the actors behind this fraud – an African-American actor staging an attack supposedly based on racial tensions – pretending to be victims themselves.
Daily wire reports, during an interview this week, two Nigerian brothers who assisted Jussie Smollett with his fake hate crime attack apologized for the stunt.
Bola and Ola Osundairo, nicknamed Bola and Ola, apologized to Sean Hannity on Fox News on Thursday night.
During the orchestrated attack, Smollett paid the two brothers $3,500. In 2021, Smollett was convicted on five counts for lying to law enforcement officials about the incident. Following an appeal, he spent only six days behind bars after being sentenced to 150 days in county jail in March 2022.
In his statement, Smollett claimed that the men who attacked him were white and shouted racist and homophobic remarks at him.
However in a Fox News Special the two brothers revealed all when it came to the fake attack.
In a bombshell Hannity special, Nigerian brothers Ola and Abel Osundairo joined Sean to discuss their involvement in the fraudulently-fabricated attack on actor Jussie Smollett. The brothers kept their composure throughout it all, with Abel offering what seemed like a genuinely remorseful apology to the world for being part of such an extensive fraud. It was a powerful interview that revealed the truth about this scam: what started as an attempt to raise racial tensions throughout Chicago ended up as one of the biggest fake news stories of 2019. This shocking revelation left many clueless, if not deeply troubled by the way fraud and fake news can be used to manipulate public opinion. Though the case served as a timely reminder that rumors should not be taken at face value, we can only hope lessons have been learned in order to prevent history from repeating itself.
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