The two Nigerian brothers involved with the Jussie Smollett hate hoax, Ola and Abel Osudairo, have finally spoken out. Over four years ago, former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett acted out a staged hate hoax in Chicago. The “plot” of the hoax was for two white Trump supporters to attack Smollett while shouting racial and LGBT slurs. Smollett recruited two brothers, the Osundairos, to carry out the hoax. Smollett’s plan was quickly discovered and the hoax never really got off the ground.
Throughout the process of the hoax being unraveled, quite a bit happened. Jussie conducted a series of interviews and a ton of video evidence was released to the public. Journalists and normal citizens concocted their own scenarios about what truly happened. A lot happened during that time. However, the brothers involved with the hoax did not speak out much. Until now.
The Osundairo brothers produced a video exclusively for Fox Nation in which they literally went back to the scene of the crime. And, in hilarious fashion, they reenacted the hate hoax while repeating some of the lines that Jussie told them to recite that night. The short clip of the reenactment appears to be part of a larger documentary surrounding the Jussie Smollett hate hoax entitled “Anatomy of a Hoax”.
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