An upcoming actress Christabel Amoabing, who is known for her appearance in the popular YOLO TV series, has strongly rejected being tagged as a slay queen.
According to the beautiful YOLO actress, she is too decent and cultured to be branded as such.
Speaking in an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young actress pointed out that her choice of clothes are not meant to impress anyone as slay queens are known to behave.
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For Christabel, since she does no put on her clothes with the intention to slay for any cameras as people who love the tag of being slay queens do, she cannot be said to be one.
The YOLO actress, however, declined to comment when she was asked if her comments that she is too decent to be called a slay queen meant that the ladies who are associated with the slay queen tag were not decent. Christabel could only reply with a laughter.
The Urbandictionary.com states that slay queens are "girls who do not have a wealthy background but appear as if they do. They use malicious acts to attain cash, drink expensive alcohol, procure expensive cellphones. But back at home she's a chicken chaser.You can spot them from a distance by their obnoxious and heavy rolling accent characterized by flat pronunciations of the letter "e".
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In Ghana, the term is usually used for ladies who are very active on social media platforms like Instagram where they display a life they only admire and try to convince her followers that she actually lives the life she portrays in her photos which is not funded by her.
Often, actresses and other popular personalities go extreme in their fashion choices are also added to this list of slay queens.
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