Texas gunman Salvador Ramos threatened to rape teens on Yubo

Uvalde’s heartless attacker, Salvador Ramos, threatened to rape social media users on a popular teenage app, where he was commonly referred to as the “Yubo school gunman,” new reports say.

Ramos, 18, was given the ominous title by others on Yubo before he shot dead 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday in one of the most horrifying mass shootings in American history, according to Sky News.

“He was given the nickname ‘Yubo’s school shooter,'” a 17-year-old girl who uses the platform told the UK-based outlet.

“People would join… say, ‘Oh, hey, look, it’s Yubo’s school shooter,'” said the 17-year-old, who was not identified by Sky News, adding, “He never tried that nickname finish, he almost seemed proud of it, you know.”

Ramos also boasted about buying a gun and said in an audio chat room people deserved “to be raped,” according to the report.

Uvalde school gunman Salvador Ramos threatened to rape social media users in a popular teenage app.
The Uvalde school assassin, Salvador Ramos, is said to have threatened to rape social media users on Yubo.
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Yubo is a French social networking app with tens of millions of users.

The 17-year-old girl, who met Ramos through the app, told Sky News Ramos would “threaten to rape, kidnap and murder” in chat rooms. When he messaged her and other girls privately, she said he would threaten them if they didn’t reply.

Ramos texted her on Valentine’s Day that he adored her but later told her to “jump off a bridge” when she didn’t get back to him, according to Sky News.

Salvador Ramos has been named as an 18-year-old suspect in the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Salvador Ramos has been named as the killer in the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

He then found her number and texted her threatening her with the message: “You will regret not doing what I say,” said Sky News, which provided screenshots of the messages.

Two female Yubo users also told CNN about Ramos’ threats of violence.

19-year-old California teenager Amanda Robbins told the outlet Ramos said he would break down her door and raped and murdered her after she rejected his sexual advances.

Hannah, 18, from Ontario, Canada, said Ramos threatened to shoot her school and raped and killed her and her mother during a livestream, according to CNN.

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Both teenagers reported the threats to Yubo, CNN reported, with Hannah saying he was only temporarily banned.

Ramos turned on his webcam last week to show a gun on his bed, Hannah told CNN.

Ramos was apparently the target of bullying on the platform, Sky News reported.

“I won’t lie, he was bullied on the app. It’s almost a high school community,” the 17-year-old girl told the outlet.

The Uvalde shooter threatened to rape social media app users and earned the nickname "Yubo school shooter."
Ramos earned the nickname “Yubo school shooter” in the popular French app.
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A Yubo spokesman told Sky News they are “deeply saddened by this unspeakable loss” and are cooperating with authorities.

“At this time, we are legally unable to release certain user information outside of direct law enforcement requests, but can confirm that we are investigating an account that has since been suspended from the platform,” a spokesman for the outlet said.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/28/texas-shooter-salvador-ramos-threatened-to-rape-teens-on-yubo/ Texas gunman Salvador Ramos threatened to rape teens on Yubo


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