Scamming influencers and faking a pregnancy with Jack Harlow: Who is Sophia Nur?

Yet another person lamented buying a plane ticket and hotel stays for Nur, who promised to pay her back, but never did. 

A woman claiming to be Nur’s cousin wrote on Twitter that she’d been waiting to tell the story of her deceitful cousin for more than two years, having been duped out of thousands of dollars. 

While no one likes a scammer, many Twitter users felt little sympathy for the influencers who were seemingly using Nur for her connections anyway. 

After #survivingsophia went viral, Nur’s social media profiles were quickly removed. The situation was also spun into a story for Rolling Stone who featured it all, exposing the web of lies.

Despite the scamming though, many online appear to have little sympathy for those caught up in Nur’s antics. But one of her victims wants people to know this.

“People just want to see the world burn. They want to see influencers and get their money taken because they feel influencers make money easily and they scam their fans, which is true in some situations,” said YouTube Wittek to Rolling Stone

“She preyed on good people. She didn’t prey on sh**ty influencers that are ripping people off.”

Feature image: Instagram/@mtv_somali.

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