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Tai Lopez under Major INVESTIGATION for NFT SCAM

Tai Lopez is one of the influencers who claims to be super rich and shows off self- claimed property that does not belong to him. An investor who scams people and manages to get away with it. Stay tuned to this video since we will unravel the new NFT scam, Tai Lopez is involved in.

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