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As soon as Viral sells his father's motorcycle, that Free Fire teen from Jambi will be back on the road

GAMEFINITY.ID, Singkawang – About 2 months ago the social media world was shocked at the news of an underage girl who was willing to sell her father’s motorcycle to pay for a flight to meet her new Free Fire boyfriend in Jakarta.

Recently, this teenager with the initials IN (16) made his parents nervous again. IN is said to have fled again since Saturday (July 31, 2021) at 6.30 p.m. WIB.

According to IN’s mother, who bears the initials AS, her beloved child was initially in the bathroom while she turned on the faucet. The faucet was on all the time, however, so they got curious and the result was that the IN was gone.

At that time he was in the bathroom turning on the faucet. The tap is on. After we checked he wasn’t there.“Declared the USA.

The investigation reveals that the girl from Tangkit Baru Village, Sungai Gelam District, Muaro Jambi, is still in contact with a Mabar friend from Free Fire in Jakarta. This is known because his parents often see their son making video calls with Nanda, a friend of INs Mabar who lives in West Jakarta.

IN’s parents even asked Nanda to marry their son. But what happened was that Nanda asked IN to meet him in West Jakarta. Therefore, the US suspected that IN had fled to West Jakarta to meet Nanda.

Hence, we suspect that she would like to meet her boyfriend. I think just bring some clothes. Even if you bring money, not much.“Continued the USA.

As parents, you definitely want the best for their children. AS and her husband stated that they did their best to keep the child from running away. However, it turned out that his efforts were still fruitless.

As of the writing of this article, there has been no definitive news regarding the existence of IN. As a further step, IN’s parents have now reported the loss of their child.

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