Queen Farcadi, a self-proclaiming ‘escort’ who reportedly earns GHc 30,000 from her services has opened up about her relationship and father of her 3-month old baby.
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Speaking in an interview with show host Berla Mundi on the “Late Afternoon Show” on GH One TV, the 22-year old escort known in real life as Enyonam indicated that the father of her baby was one of her online clients.
She revealed that he met her online and they started a relationship which led to her pregnancy. When asked if she believed that he was in love with her, Queen Farcadi indicated that he saw was aware of her ‘job’ and still expressed his interest in her.
She also revealed that the father of her baby was not against her work because he had been aware of her trade from the onset.
Adding to her comments, Enyonam revealed she would not be bothered if she found out her baby daddy was cheating on her.
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She made some startling comments about prostitution and stipulated that any woman who slept with a man who was not her husband, even if they were all unmarried could be called a prostitute.
Queen Farcadi went on to indicate that despite giving birth, she was still going to go back to her job when the time was right. She said her site had been down for a while because she could not show off her protruding belly to her clients.
She told Berla Mundi that she was currently breastfeeding her 3-month old baby so it was not appropriate for her to go back to work at the moment.
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In line with her work, she said her income was around GHc 30,000 per month depending on the number of paid subscriptions. She futher went on to reveal that GHc 10,000 out of the sum came from offline services and the rest came from online services.
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