Ramon Abbas, popularly know as Hushpuppi has kept his love life affairs a very deep secret from the public with no single trace of anything related to his children or women on his verified Instagram page.
Although he has been romantically linked with some Nigerian celebrities and other Instagram celebs, he never said anything nor post anyone of them on his page to show proof of the link.
His Instagram page was a mini catalog dedicated to showing off his cars, clothes, shoes, and jet-set lifestyle. It screamed luxury and nothing more.
As part of his ongoing celebrated trial, Ramon Abbas (Hushpuppi) has revealed he has three children with three different women, he added that he has two of his children live in London and the third lives in New York City.
He told Pre-trial Services that he has had an on-again/off-again relationship with the last child’s mother for the last five years.
Pretrial Services Programs are procedures in the U.S. to prepare cases for trial in court.
Pretrial services said the woman’s uncle lives in the Chicago area where he works as a Uber driver. He offered to be a third-party custodian for Abbas and would allow Abbas to live with him.
The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis said it became aware of reports and rumors concerning Hushpuppi’s Federation’s citizenship
It read, “We note that the Nigerian-born Mr. Abbas, 37, was granted a St. Kitts and Nevis passport in February 2020 by virtue of his marriage to Shawana Nakesia Chapman, 32, a citizen of St. Kitts and Nevis by birth and the United States of America.
“Ms. Chapman, a resident of North Carolina, USA, married Mr. Abbas in Nigeria in October 2018, thereby conferring him with the right to St. Kitts and Nevis citizenship”.
They also added that any suggestion that the citizenship was obtained through means other than marriage – such as the country’s Citizenship by Investment program, which includes rigorous background checks – is therefore utterly false and willfully misleading.
In a comprehensive report on the detention hearing, the court gave some reasons for the refusal to grant his bail.
The report released on Monday was based on the recommendations of the Pretrial services, which provides the court with quality information about the defendants.
They added that there is no indication that Abbas knows or ever has met the man as Abbas has never been to Chicago. Pretrial Services did not recommend this residential placement and the court agreed.
The United States Court sitting in Illinois listed the information above as one of the five major reasons for Hushpuppi’s continued detention.
The Government of St. Kitts and Nevis issued a statement concerning Hushpuppi’s citizenship status on its official website on July 6.