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‘Slay Queens Would Be Better Off If They Behaved Like Me’ – Mona Gucci Offers Herself As A Role Model For Ashawobrities



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Fake lawyer Monalisa Abigail Semeha AKA Mona Gucci seems to believe she is any different from regular slay queens. Probably because she’s more on the budget side and can’t afford the lipo it takes to rock with the big girls.

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The C-list TV presenter was on Neat FM to talk about the woes of slay queens (as if it isn’t her biggest wish to rub shoulders with them), as though she is some kind of authority on the matter.

Breaking it down, she started off by categorizing slay queens into two: those who actually own what they flaunt and the others who have to basically sell their souls in order to seem like they’re living the life. I’m guessing Mona Gucci herself is in a class all on her own because she does not even fit in the second category.

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According to Mona Gucci, about 90% of slay queens are actual prostitutes and most of the men they sleep with have suspicious sources of income, and these suspicious activities somehow rub off on the slay queens and affect their lives adversely. Case in point, Moesha Buduong.

In an attempt to make herself seem like some kind of superior being, Mona stated that she has never been influenced by the luxuries her betters flaunt and encouraged other slay queens to be just like her in order for Ghana to be less dramatic.

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Mona Gucci can say whatever she likes but the fact is that she’s a disappointed slay queen who lacks the confidence to put herself out there as she’d really like to.

Source: Ghanacelebrities.com



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