- A Ghanaian slay queen has dared to give herself out to men in order to purchase the newly-released iPhone 11
- The lady posted her photo and revealed the decision in order to buy the expensive phone
- Ghanaians on social media after reading the lady's plan expressed their opinion, calling her decision silly
Popular Ghanaian rapper Reggie Rockstone has exposed a slay queen who wants to give herself to men so she can afford an iPhone 11.
In the photo, the lady posted her photo as she vowed to allow men to sleep with her so she could get money to purchase the phone.
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"My pu**y will not rest until I buy iPhone 11," she wrote after flaunting her curves in the beautiful photo.
The lady's revelation has however sparked agitation and caused a stir as social media users descend heavily on her:
@very_good_bad_guy claimed that the lady will be messed up if she does so: "It will be like akosombo dam where no normal dik can enter unless timber logs."
@adiepena_the_fit_lover wished the lady the best: "Misplaced priorities ♀️.. but all the best sis."
@ronbrouz had this to say: "Then it wont rest till the apple company collapses."
@iam_phylynda_danielle commented: "In America they just finance it and get online fronting like it's paid for."
@pauldecarter warned the lady: " imagine how many men go dey enter in and out just like that."
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Deducing from the comments, it is evident that Ghanaians are not excited that the lady will do such a thing.
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