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Jussie Smollett didn’t pay Nigerian brothers for staged attack

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Jussie Smollett didn’t pay Nigerian brothers $3,500 for staged attack, this is according to sources connected to the case.

The Chicago police department claims Jussie Smollett paid Ola and Abel Osundairo $3,500 to fake an attack, but a new TM report has it that’s not the case.

According to TMZ, the brothers made a deal with Jussie to train him for 5 weeks so he could get in shape for an upcoming music video. Jussie had said to Ola that he wanted abs like his. Both Abel and Ola agreed to train Jussie, and also give him a 5-week nutrition plan.

Jussie Smollett told the brothers he would pay them for their services, but no specific amount was discussed.

A few days before the “attack,” Jussie wrote the brothers a check for $3,500. The memo line read, “5 weeks training nutrition plan.”

Our sources say Ola and Abel told the grand jury they were paid for the 5-week program and not for the “attack.” Though Ola and Abel felt the amount was “a little high” but no one ever specifically said anything about any of the money being part of a scheme.

The brothers also told the grand jury that they had nothing to do with the threatening letter mailed to Jussie Smollett 8 days before the “attack.”

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