Rapper Selfmade Kash, who boasts about card fraud in his songs, arrested for card fraud

Selfmade Kash, a rapper who regularly records songs celebrating his skills at credit card fraud has been arrested. For credit card fraud.

Selfmade, 25, who often wears a diamond-encrusted ‘credit card’ on a chain around his neck, was charged with wire fraud, aggravated identity theft and possession of unauthorised access devices.  

The rapper, real name Jonathan Woods, bragged about his skill at ‘swiping’ (credit card fraud) on Instagram and Twitter.

Selfmade’s songs nearly all focus on ‘swiping.’ Titles include Swipe Music, In Swipe I Trust and Colin Swipernick.

EVIDENCE: The rapper‘s songs are filled with boasts about his skill at credit card fraud (Pic: YouTube)

According to prosecutors, his social media boasting led to fans getting in touch asking for advice on how to commit crimes and Selfmade would sell them information on how to commit identity theft and credit card fraud, and how to access the dark web for stolen Bank Identification Numbers (BINs).

The information might not have been all it was cracked up to be though. 

“In fact, the information was worthless and many of the BINs were nonexistent,” according to a federal prosecutor quoted in the .

BOAST: Selfmade brags about swiping and bitcoin on social media (Pic: Instagram)

Selfmade was arrested in Ohio on a routine a traffic stop involving his girlfriend – but then police discovered the outstanding arrest warrant in Detroit.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Terrence Haugabook moved opposed bail for the rapper. According to the prosecutor, when Woods was arrested, he told police he lived with his mother in Detroit. But when questioned she told authorities that Selfmade lived in Ohio.

DOLLAR BILLS: Selfmade posed with wads of cash in his video (Pic: YouTube)

The indictment against teh rapper reads: “Woods frequently posts pictures and videos on Twitter and Instagram containing large amounts of money, credit cards, and credit card skimmers to promote his proclivity for credit card fraud.”

“He also includes emojis for credit cards and a goat to represent the ‘greatest of all time…‘”

The case continues in Detroit. If convicted, Selfmade could spend 20 years in a federal penitentiary.

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