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If Curves was a person – Tebogo Thobejane gives an insight

Slaying seems like it hasn’t been around for more than a decade but somehow we can not do without it. Imagine how empty our lives would be without these gorgeously breathtaking Slay Queens. Tebogo Thobejane is definitely one of those women.

The public or rather cultural notion is that these our beloved socialites like Tebogo are basically in one of the oldest of professions, the prostitut!on industry. You wear the uniform, you suit the profession, however, is that really true? The Slay Queen with Mzanzi’s biggest and finest curves shed some light on the matter.

Tebogo Thobejane

Tebogo, who is one of SA’s well known slay queen said while she couldn’t argue with the connotations attached to the Slay Queens, she wished people could open their minds and not paint all the girls with “small waists and big booties” with the same brush.

“Not all slay queens are h**s or online prostitutes as people say. I won’t say those kinds don’t exist but not all of us fall in that category. Yes, we use our bodies but not to exchange s.e.x for luxurious lifestyles, I use my body to sell products, brands and a lifestyle.

Tebogo Thobejane

“I mean, I won’t say I’m a saint and I also won’t say that I won’t willingly date a guy who doesn’t offer financial security along with love but as far as my lifestyle is concerned, I can proudly say I foot my own bill,” she said.

The 37-year-old mother of one said she always shocked people when she shared her age. At 37, people thought she’d be “washed out” by now, as has been the fate of many other women who have been tagged as slay queens.

Tebogo Thobejane

However, she’s still here and in fact, she just mastered her social media money-making skills and explained how she takes home more money in one week from strategic posts than a person might at their regular 9-5.

“Look, when it comes down to it, there is money to be made from social media. Once you look past all the negative connotations of being an Instagram model, you realise that Instagram makes a lot of money from users and that we shouldn’t hesitate to make money off it. Once you find your passions and hone them down, you can bring in over R100k a week on that platform.”

Tebogo Thobejane

Tebogo said she’s now going around Mzansi giving talks to young girls on the “the other side of the slay queen narrative”. She said it’s clear that most teenage girls want that Insta lifestyle and the least she could do is make sure they know all the realities and that they don’t have to be the “typical slay queen”. Way to go girl, keep on slaying!!

In Other News – Three people murdered by angry mob – police

Three people murdered by an angry mob – police. Things are not getting any better it seems. If it’s not the gassing, it’s the killing by angry mobs.

On 20th February 2020 Three men were murdered between 07:00 to 08:00 hours in Munyumbwe. The following identification documents bearing the following particulars were found on them: Gabriel Melenga NRC 970053/11/1, Charles Banda Passport Number ZN 48434 and Timothy Hakuyu NRC 181051/75/1.

All 3 are believed to have come from Lusaka whilst driving a Toyota Prado Beige in colour Registration number ALD 7621. They had been booked at a named lodge since Monday 17th February 2020 at about 22:00 hours in Munyumbwe with a mission of forming an NGO and were to recruit One Thousand Six Hundred youths. Continue Reading


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