Hajia4Reall wrote in a post intended to commemorate her birthday on June 26, 2023, that she will soon receive justice.
The Ghanaian socialite, who is now on trial in the US for allegedly taking part in a $ 2 million romance fraud, has updated her fans on social media with a post that expresses her feelings.
In the aforementioned article, Hajia4Reall claimed that when the time is perfect, the world will be made aware of the truth and her narrative.
“Happy birthday to me, and a great thank you to everyone for the greetings and, more importantly, for the support and prayers you gave me over these trying times. Since I was a child, my father has frequently said that “only the good die young,” and I now fully see what he means by that. The world will learn the truth, and my tale will be told, she wrote in her essay. There is a time for everything.
Since then, the post has received over 26,000 likes and 1,000 comments from other online users, including celebrities.
Many celebrities, including Stonebwoy, Abeiku Santana, Bobrisky, Prince David Osei, Edem, Tracey Boakye, and others, have expressed their sympathies and well wishes in her comment area.
A $2 million romance fraud that preyed on older, unmarried Americans led to the extradition of Mona Faiz Montage, also known as Hajia4Reall, from the United Kingdom to the United States.
The 30-year-old musician/businesswoman was arraigned in federal court in Manhattan on Monday, May 15 for her alleged participation in a number of romantic scams, according to US federal authorities.
Since then, the news has been all over social media, dominating Twitter trends and receiving a lot of feedback from online users.
Prison requirements for Hajia
‘Hajia4Reall’ has entered a not guilty plea to all of the accusations made against her.
Her attorney and the district attorney’s office have confirmed that she is reported to have been released on home detention to her aunt’s New Jersey home on a $500,000 bail with GPS tracking via an ankle monitor.