Facebook scams: Nicki Minaj and Rihanna leaked tapes

Beware of the next Facebook scams which are currently being shared on the social media network. Scammers are using Nicki Minaj and Rihanna to lure unaware users to malicious websites which are hosting malicious content.

Scammers

The scammers on Facebook claim that they own private videos of Rihanna and Nicki Minaj, but the real fact is that they only own malicious websites which are used to infect unaware Facebook users with surveys, advertisements and remote access trojans.

Titles used by the Facebook scams

  • [Video] Nicki Minaj private hidden clip accidentally leaked. watch now..
  • Lil Wayne Leaked Nicki Minaj’s tape after Their Fight!
  • Drake Leaked Rihanna’s tape after Their Brawl!

We had the chance to find 3 scams which are currently using the Nicki Minaj and Rihanna celebrity names in their titles. The [Video] Nicki Minaj private hidden clip accidentally leaked. watch now, Lil Wayne Leaked Nicki Minaj’s tape after Their Fight! and Drake Leaked Rihanna’s tape after Their Brawl! Facebook scams are hosted on the watch-now.us and the readyvar.pw domains.

Hosted on

  • watch-now.us
  • readyvar.pw

Facebook scams

The Facebook scams which are mentioned above are using the Facebook layout to trick the users into believing that they are still on a trustworthy Facebook domain.

Once the Facebook victims lands on one of the Rihanna or Nicki Minaj Facebook scam domains, they will be forced to share the malicious Facebook scam to their private timeline.

After the Facebook scam has been shared to the private Facebook timeline of the victim, the victim will be redirected to another website which will try to serve advertisements, surveys and malicious content.

The chance is very small that the victim will ever see the video via the Facebook scam domains. The scammers behind the [Video] Nicki Minaj private hidden clip accidentally leaked. watch now, Lil Wayne Leaked Nicki Minaj’s tape after Their Fight! and Drake Leaked Rihanna’s tape after Their Brawl! Facebook scams are using multiple scams to lure unaware users to their malicious websites.

The reason behind is the fact that it will increase their hit rate. We have made an massive index of the found Facebook scams on the Cyberwarzone.com website. You can take a look at the found Facebook scams via the link below.

FACEBOOK SCAMS

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