- A popular slay queen called Hajia Pusy has died mysteriously
- Her other name has been given as Queen of Deeks
- She was popular on Instagram
- Many say she died after being used for rituals by one of her many boyfriends
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A popular Snapchat slay queen by name Hajia Pusy, also known as Queen of Deeks, has died.
Information gathered by YEN.com.gh shows that Queen of Deeks died on Sunday, January 26, 2020, after suffering severe mysterious headaches.
She had reportedly fallen ill in December 2019, and it was said that one of her many boyfriends she slept with probably used her for money rituals, what is commonly called ‘sakawa’.
Her family, according to reports seen by YEN.com.gh, tried to salvage the situation and save her life by taking her to many pastors and mallams, but she could not be saved.
Her death has many reacting on Facebook with some disapproving of her name.
Derrick, for instance, prayed that Queen of Deeks will rest in peace:
Prince also made a similar prayer, disclosing that he had known Hajia Pusy for a very long time:
Jummy was not happy about the name:
Desmond also had his own opinion about the death:
Arthur also feels pained about the death but did not like the name:
Gee also concluded that Hajia was used for rituals:
Queen also revealed what might have caused Hajia’s death, citing the case of her pastor and blood sister:
This is not the first time such a death has occurred.
YEN.com.gh earlier published a report of another slay queen who died mysteriously.
The term slay queen, as is used in Ghana, describes young girls who live lavishly but do not have matching jobs.
These girls usually live promiscuous lives to fund the plush lifestyles they live.
Many of them also live fake lives, claiming to have what they do not have.
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