Rapper Who Accidentally Got $750,000 in His Bank Account Gets Jail Time

Chisom Ndianefo
Abdel Ghadia
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All that glitters isn't gold, and that is the case for Abdel Ghadia, an upcoming rapper who found a mysterious massive sum of money deposited in his account and then proceeded to splurge on vanities of life is now in deep hot water following that single act.

Keep reading for all the details.

A Not-So-Pleasant Surprise

24-year-old Abdel Ghadia woke up a whopping $750,000 in his account, which was a mistaken transaction from a couple who wanted to buy their dream house on Sydney's northern beaches.

Errors like this occur one too many times, and we implore you to be extra careful, especially when it involves a lot of money.

Abdel Ghadia's Flawed Decision

The aspiring rapper then took this as a sign to spend his newly found free cash lavishly instead of reporting the error to the bank authorities, causing the young couple serious discomfort and worry.

Abdel Ghadia's Spending Escapades

The 24-year-old told police that he proceeded to purchase almost $600,000 in gold bullion at the store in Sydney and splurge more than $110,000 at a separate Brisbane store, where he also copped expensive coins.

Foreign Exchange And Clothes

The rapper didn't stop there as he withdrew $13,600 in cash from ATMs across Sydney, $6,235 on wears from Uniqlo and JD Sports, and a surprise item - makeup from MECCA!

The Couple

Tara Thorne And Corey
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The home buyers who fell victim to transaction error have been identified to include an Instagram nutritionist Tera Thorne and her husband Corey who were devastated at the report of their funds not arriving in the designated accounts for settlement.

Tight Lipped Ghadia

Ghadia, whose stage name is Slimmy kept silent about his flamboyant spending habits and even laughed in front of camera crews as he was questioned by A Current Affair with a truckload of questions in November.

They include,

"Where's the money? Where's the gold? Have you put it away for a rainy day. Let me see your teeth. Have you got any gold fillings? Where's the bullion?"

Ghadia's Sentence

The rapper has since pleaded guilty to two counts of handling the proceeds of crime in Sydney's Burwood Local Court and was sentenced to 18 months behind bars. He'll be eligible for parole in October 2023.

The wannabe rapper uploaded rap videos to YouTube under the account named A2G.

Ghadia's Social Media History

According to facts gathered on his social media profile, the rapper has released albums and performed at several venues across Australia. He appeared as a very promising act with a bright future but this court sentence is now a huge drawback.

Before His Sentence

Ghadia was placed on strict bail conditions that prohibited him from going anywhere near an international airport and also has a curfew of 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. before he was finally sent to jail.

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