It’s almost likely we are in the slay queen era because their fame spreads across the internet and found on news pages. They are very entertaining and very interactive.
Their make up is splendid and very beautiful to look upon. Though some of their fans may not agree with the items they bring online.
They do a lot, that is keeping tabs on all glam pages and sharing photos and videos on Facebook, Instagram, twitter and on YouTube.
Two slay queens to have surfaced online are Sister Derby and Adwoa Queeny.
First is Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu aka Sister Derby.
Starting with Sister Derby, she caused a stir online in her dance moves on Facebook live. Her graphics displayed in her video was extraordinary as her cute costume kept on changing simultaneously as observed.
Showing almost all of her glowing skin online, her fans best cheered her with thumbs up.
The second slay queen to catch the eyes of many was Queenie Adwoa. Her pose and her dancing moves during a live video went viral until she accidentally exposed a section of her body. Later on after realizing, she couldn’t control herself but screamed and later got the video deleted. But unfortunately for her, it was fast recorded and already trending on social media.
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