- A Nigerian beauty queen has accused a pageant organization of scamming young ladies
- The lady revealed that she was not given all her promised prizes after she won the competition
- Lov_wendy claimed that even her camping experience was horrible after they all paid N50,000 (about R1 916) each
A young and pretty beauty queen has taken to social media to accuse a pageant organisation of defrauding young ladies. The beautiful lady identified as Lov-wendy had noted that she is a victim of the scam.
According to Lov_wendy, a popular pageant company had deceived young ladies with the promise of winning prizes at the end of a pageant in other to defraud them of money and also use them to scam others.
The lady, who took to her Instagram page to share her grievance, explained that she had won the 2018 edition of the competition and she was not given any of the prizes promised.
Lov_wendy revealed that at the beginning of the competition they were all told to pay N50,000 (about R1 916) for accommodation. She claimed that the accommodation was terrible and the food was bad.
According to her, the owner of the company pretended on social media to treat all the contestants well. She claimed that the man would even take photos of their late dinner for Instagram.
In her long post, Lov_wendy also revealed that they were deceived into selling tickets for the grand finale on Instagram. She claimed that the man would tell them different stories about how each of the girls has sold more tickets than the rest just to make them compete more.
Briefly.co.za gathered that she further revealed that before coming on social media to reveal everything, she had called all the other girls and past queens to back her story but they were all afraid to do so.
The lady noted that she was not even given the car that they claimed to give the queen. She said she had been told that the car is an official car that is only used when queens need to go to Lagos state.
After the beauty queen shared her story, other title holders who claim to have been victims of the same organisation supported her story.
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