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I am above Slay Queen and socialite status, call me a Celebrity- Pokello

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Zimbabwean socialite, businesswoman and former Big Brother Africa (BBA) housemate Pokello Nare has state that she no longer want to be called a slay queen or social media star as she believes her lifestyle is more than that.

Elikem Kurmodzie, the Ghananian tailor’s ex-wife claims she only attend public events when paid to make an appearance hence the title socialite doesn’t befit her status.

Speaking to V Candy on Zim’s Star FM, Pokello told the host that she is not that sociable and would rather be looked at as a top celebrity with the most following in Zimbabwe.

“I need to clarify. I despise being called a socialite, I absolutely despise being called a socialite. I would think a socialite is someone who attends a lot of social events and you hardly see me at that many social events unless I’m paid to be there,” she said.

“Businesswoman, mother, celebrity, I am fine with that. Not socialite. If I’m the most followed person in this country then I am way past a socialite, I am amongst your top celebrities so people need to recognize that,” she added.

Meanwhile, Pokello Nare’s husband of three years Elikem Kumordzie has officially filed for divorce at the High Court in Zimbabwe saying he has lost love, affection and declared that his marriage to the “Queen of Swag” was irreparable.

Mr Kumordzie is being represented by Rugano Mahuni of Mahuni Gidiri Law Chambers. He wants a divorce decree order that custody of their minor child be awarded to Pokello with him exercising reasonable access on agreed holidays paying $500 as maintenance.

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The two love birds who met in the Big Brother Africa house in 2013 got engaged in 2014 and had a traditional marriage in 2015 but they have been on separation for the past year residing in different countries and never lived for year in the same house as normal couples do.

Plaintiff and defendant were married to each other under the Marriages Act at Harare on September 28, 2015 and the marriage still subsists.

 

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WATCH VIDEOS: Meet the Ghanaian Lady With the Biggest Shocking Curves Ever!

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They are the Nicki Minaj and Kim Kardashians of West Africa and one of these hour-glass shaped model has been identified as Pamela Odame Watara.The name may not sound familiar but her face may and she’s gradually becoming a popular person because of the obvious.

Pamela Odame Watara is a model and a music vixen. Her mother is a Ghanaian and her dad a Kenyan but was born in Kenya and moved here at the age of 15…Pamela has an extraordinary hourglass shape and since joining Instagram she’s generated some attention because of the huge size of her breasts.

Pamela stated that, she noticed that her breasts started growing very big at the age of 14 and at the time one was getting bigger than the other, so her mom had to put foam in her bra to match it up but after some months the other one starting developing well to match up.

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Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car (VIDEO)

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Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car

Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car

Actress, Rosemond Brown talks about her new car. Moreover, she revealed the amount she spent to acquire the new 2019 registered Kia Fort saloon car.

She spoke about it in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM. Furthermore, according to her, the car cost her to an amount close to 15,000 USD. The host pushed her to state the exact figure she used. However, Rosemond hesitated and refused to reveal.

Furthermore, the host asked how she got that huge amount of money from to pay that amount. The actress intimated that she had many ambassadorial contracts and advertising jobs in 2018. Also, they inlcuded the few acting and guest appearances she made at events.

Rosemond Brown also added that unlike the other celebrities, she saved her hard earned money to buy something substantial in her one-year involvement on social media and confidently confirmed that she works on social media through fooling for a living.

“When I get money I don’t spend it in my mouth, I don’t lavishly use it on luxurious trips around the world. People criticize me that I don’t do make-up but I want them to know what I use my money for…”

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WATCH VIDEO: Lilwin RepIies ACCUSERS Of NAM 1, Menzgold Customers & His New Rose Royce

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Award-winning actor, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin describes Ghanaians. According to him, a section of the Ghanaian populace are very ungrateful and chameleons. Moreover, there suuported the name of Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) when things were good. However, now their stories are different.

He made these statements during an interview with Foster Aggor on Orange FM. The host asked him if he truly had savings with the collapsed company, Menzgold. He stated that he actually had some savings with the company. However, he was reluctant to publicly admit.

Also, he revealed that he was shy to talk about whether his money was at Menzgold. This was because he heard people say that all those who saved with the gold buying firm are very greedy. Therefore, he decided not to talk about it. This is in order not to be labeled as a greedy person.

Lilwin further started on the show that another thing that was quite shocking to him in all of these Menzgold brouhahas was how all of a sudden all the people who were enjoying with the name of NAM1 and hailing him decided to disassociate themselves and nail him.

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