Covid-19 allowances: Slay queens still making bank despite lockdown

Covid-19 allowances: Slay queens still making bank despite lockdown

- It seems that Covid-19 allowances are following straight into the pockets of enterprising slay queens

- While the outbreak has disrupted life as we know it, somethings evidently never change

- Sugar daddies have been making sure to dish out the blessings despite the circumstances

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Slay queens have been cashing in on coronavirus allowances thanks to their dedicated blessers.

City Press spoke to Paloma 'Lolo' Mlunjwana who expressed her gratitude that her boyfriends have been financially supporting her during the crisis.

Avoiding discussing how much had been paid over, Lolo revealed she felt no shame over her controversial lifestyle

“I am at a stage in my life when I am unapologetic for who I am. I have admirers all over the world who know my standards. As they are financially stable, they don’t mind spoiling a woman to get her attention."

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While Louis Vuitton and her other favourite shopping spots are closing, Lolo has been using technology to keep in touch with her admirers

“We live in a digital era, so I can still FaceTime my men, so nothing much has changed. It has actually been good because absence makes the heart grow fonder.”

Briefly.co.za gathered that another young slay queen had received a staggering R150 000 in allowances despite the lockdown

“I’m also waiting for another R40K from my ex-boyfriend, who thought I might need it. I honestly don’t know what I would do without them. They are so generous.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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