- Bi Stella said she started selling her body when her parents passed away
- Her mum's sister was the one who introduced her to the nightlife and taught the lady how to lure men
- Stella claimed she had the power to bed the wealthiest men she could find and use their money whenever she wanted to
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Bi Stella, a reformed twilight woman, has said she had the support of darker powers whenever she wanted to bag an expensive client.
The lady who was forced into a hard knock life at a young age revealed her aunt introduced her to prostitution and soon after, it became her mode of survival.
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Speaking to Radio Jambo, the woman explained that she only dealt with high-end customers who included powerful ministers and loaded men.
"I never hawked my body in the streets. I just went to clubs and would get any man I want. My aunt is the one who taught me about charms I could use to lure men into my traps," Stella said.
The woman added that the odds were always in her favour and she was never embroiled with guys who could not pay handsomely whenever she was done rendering her services.
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The fearless chick claimed none of her clients ever suspected a thing and they always saw her as a friendly face they would be lucky to interact with.
Stella further explained she had the ability to have a man whenever she wanted and even rope him into wiring KSh 500,000 into her account.
Once she was done with the guy, she would dump his sorry behind and make him lose interest in her.
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"If I wanted a man to pay my rent I could easily just call him up and say so. I had the power to manipulate wealthy men," she added.
Meanwhile, Sherifatu, a beautiful Ghanaian lady who was hospitalised and put on oxygen, could not afford the hospital bills any longer but was helped by benevolent Ghanaians.
According to the Crime Check Foundation who led the movement to seek help for the mother of one, she had been put on oxygen for six weeks at the hospital when she decided to simply give up and go home.
Knowing that Sherifatu was suffering from Lupus, the doctors refused to allow her to go home without any breathing assistance because it would not end well.
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