- Images of a "slay queen cleaning service" have been circulating on social media recently
- The service is reportedly only offered in Johannesburg at this stage and they even cover corporate events
- South Africans shared concern in the replies section as they spoke about the women and their "cleaning service"
What a wow - 2020 has brought out a lot of creative hustles but a recent post has many South Africans shook. An image of something called "slay queen cleaning services" has been makings its rounds online.
The services are reportedly offered in Johannesburg, Gauteng. They offer in-house services, corporate event appearances, call-in maids as well as rug and carpet cleaning. Twitter user @SmaNdlelaZN shared the unique service on Twitter.
SAns have taken to @SmaNdlelaZN's replies section to share their thoughts on the creative cleaning service.
Take a look at the original tweet below:
Below are just a few of the concerned responses regarding the service:
"Fifi is doing an amazing job with this despite the comments and what people may think, she found a market and works hard."
"I'm I the only one who thinks this is a cover-up for the real actual job which is... Let me tool..."
"The dress code is inappropriate."
@godfreyribane responded with:
"Never thought a slay queen will be associated with cleaning. Am I the only one thinking..."
In other unique news, Briefly.co.za shared a "year in review" piece including some of the more peculiar stories covered this year. In January, South Africans were left upset and outraged after the driver of a luxury Mercedes-Benz drove off after filling up with petrol. The unsavoury incident is said to have taken place at a Sasol petrol station in Durban.
On a happier note, Twitter user @olwethurrr had Mzansi men willing to fight her dad after she shared stunning pictures of her mother. It appeared as though at the time the user posted the pictures it was her mother's birthday. The mom was turning 45 but did not look a day over 30 in the pictures.
As much as Woolworths has become synonymous with premium quality, a picture of an absurd price for six pieces of meat had Mzansi screaming. Twitter user S E P H I R I (@sephiritsikeli) shared the controversial tweet.
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