How the Matharoo sisters met their waterloo while trying to blackmail Femi Otedola with naijagistlive
TheCapital.ng has shed more light into the event that culminated in the arrest of popular Canadian twin-menace, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo. A report on the website reads in part: ”
“Canadian sisters, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, have sashayed and plotted their way into the dragnet of the law. The high society courtesans that erstwhile threatened the peace of Nigeria’s rich, spoilt wives, whose husbands patronized, coughed hundreds of thousands of dollars to grace their beds, have met their waterloo.
The exotic imports who held high society in a vicious, manipulative chokehold have been arrested.
Having used their slanderous and shadow website, naijagistlive.com, to successfully blackmail and torment the crème of Nigeria’s affluent males who couldn’t keep their member in their pants, for a long while, the sisters soon shifted their gaze to Otedola and honed in on him, hoping he would fall to their wiles and into their trap, like many of his peers.
But Otedola proved a tough nut to crack. Rather than fall to their machinations, the oil magnate in collaboration with maverick detectives, carefully coordinated his own plot against them.
Eventually, he bested them at their game and got them arrested at Eko Hotel some days ago. A visit to their base revealed secret video cameras and recordings of their trysts with their aristocratic customers.
The recordings revealed dirty and very shameful secrets of several of Nigeria’s most influential and powerful industry and political titans who patronised them. Unknown to their clients, the sisters kept recordings of their liaisons with them and subsequently used them to blackmail and extort them.
Those who refuse to cooperate with the sisters are exposed on their highly defamatory website. At the last count, the sisters allegedly raked in over $700, 000 from their liaisons with their billionaire clients.
Little wonder, they struck fear in the hearts of several wives of Nigerian billionaires. For the wives of Nigeria’s superrich, the fear of Jyoti and Kiran was the beginning of wisdom.”