- Notorious Snapchat hook-up girl Queen Farcadi has shown off her home in a new video
- The video displays the livingroom of the Facardi's East Legon apartment
- Farcadi who does not shy from her escort trade recently listed the apartment as one of the things she has spent good money on
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Ghanaian slay queen, Queen Farcadi, popularly known for her escort services on Snapchat and other social media platforms made headlines recently.
This follows an interview Farcadi had with Deloris Frimpong-Manso on the Delay Show in which she made some startling admissions and revelations about her life.
In the interview monitored by YEN.com.gh, Facardi admitted that she was literally a prostitute because she only makes money by sleeping with men.
In a rather unashamed tone, the mother of one declared that she knew she was a lazy person and the only means through which she could survive was to prostitute herself.
Sounding very proud about her occupation, Farcadi listed some of the things she has been able to to do with the proceeds from her trade.
Among the list were a building project she claims to have started and the expensive apartment she is renting at East Legon.
In a new video on Instagram, Farcadi has given fans a look inside the apartment she talked about in her interview.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh shows the living room of Facardi which is a decorated with a nice and expensive-looking couch.
Sharing the video on her Instagram stories, Farcadi caption edit: "home sweet home."
Looking at the video from Farcadi's living room, one can say she is doing fine for herself even though her methods may not be so well accepted.
Queen Farcadi first gained attention in the media in 2018, after she made similar stunning revelations about her escort services.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Farcadi revealed in an interview with GH One TV, that she was making a GHC 30,000 per month from her trade.
If we are to believe her claims, then she must be the most expensive hook-up girl in Ghana.
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