Social media wh*res are fast becoming a trend in Ghana as one doesn't need to go out anymore in search for a prostitute when feeling horny.
The ladies have actually made the whole process simpler as you can just arrange for a social media wh*re right from your phone. And today we bring to you one of such wh*res who is very popualr among many of the social media wh*res.
Her name is Queen Farcadi and she has disclosed in an interview with Ghanacelebrities that she decided to get into the business as she was tired of being f*cked for free by boys and at the end still gets dumped. She then made the choice to charge a fee if anyone wants to get down with her. She also mentioned that her parents are aware of what she does and does not really get bothered as far as she does not bring any trouble home.
Farcadi who will be 22 this year, revealed that everything all started when she began to post nice pictures of herself on social media and had lots of comment from guys, asking what it would take for them to be with her.
Farcadi who's one of the most popular girls you would come across on snapchat, often post videos of herself twerking in a seductive style. She often post naked pictures of herself on the platform and charges a fee for those who wanted to see more.
Also from the interview, we learned that she has slept with almost 100 men and still counting and most of these men are important persoanlity in the society. She admitted having s*x with musicians, footballers, politicians and even pastors.
Farcadi charges at least Ghc1000 an hor for s*x and makes more than Ghc30,000 a month from her new found wh*ring business.
In order to be sure she's safe and not being set up, she has a persoanl manager and chooses, which hotel she wants to be get laid.
Most of the ladies we see now a days are into this type of business but you won't get to know as you don't see them on the streets, they get to hide under the umbrella of social media to do their business and their excuse will always be, no one takes care of them, so they have to survive in this hard times.
Of course, we can't necessarilly blame them as their services are always been patronized by men.
Watch the interview below: