- Ghana-based Gambian actress, Princess Shyngle, has revealed she recently turned down a generous offer from an admirer
- The tiny-waist actress shared a screenshot from her DM in which a man was offering to pay her over 458k
- Shyyngle further stated that these admirers are also responsible for the lavish lifestyle of many actresses
If there is anything Princess Shyngle is good at asides acting, it is definitely the art of stirring up controversy. The Gambian-born actress appears to thrive on it and often leaves people talking with every post she puts up.
She recently took to her Instagram page to share a screenshot from a conversation she had with an admirer who slid into her DM, offering her $80,000 which she declined. Shyngle revealed to her fans that she often gets these types of messages every time she puts up a fine photo of herself.
She wrote: "My dm is super fcuking lit , anytime I post a bad ass picture my dm and emails is under attack by pussy hunters ready to pay anything to get this Gambian Pussy . That’s why when I see all these lying ass actresses claiming success and blessings from acting movie I just laugh my ass out "
"As in the same men sponsoring your life style are on my dms oh or their pimps are on my dm the funny thing is these same men that sleep with y’all brag about it oh, they tell us oh . Don’t let anyone fool you oh there is no actress that made her riches from just acting movies you’ll have to act 150 movies and save that money to afford a Range Rover or a 1st class ticket abroad "
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This comes several weeks after she took to her Instagram page to apologize to her fiance.
In a lengthy post, she admitted to being childish about a misunderstanding they had which pushed her into sharing an embarrassing video of her man crying and threatening to take his life because of her.
She not only apologised to him, but to her family and fans, taking responsibility for her actions. She also thanked him for loving her the way he did and for being so forgiving of her actions.
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