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I’m No Longer A Slay Queen- Actress Salma Mumin

Actress Salma Mumin emphasized that she has distanced herself from the label of a slay queen, as the term has taken on a negative connotation in contemporary society.

She explained that being referred to as a slay queen now implies engaging in promiscuous behaviour with men for financial gain, a stereotype she rejects due to her strong work ethic and independence.

“I like good life, when slay queen started it was people who could dress but all of a sudden I heard the meaning had changed so I had to refrain from it.

I’m not a runs girl. All my life I’ve worked but people see me work and still decide not to believe that my work can help me look good this way,” she said when she made an appearance on the Delay show hosted by Deloris Frimpong Manso.

“I’m stating for a fact that my food and clothing business funded my lifestyle,” she added.

Salma denied allegations that she depends on affluent men to support her extravagant lifestyle, emphasizing that her businesses are the source of funding for her luxurious lifestyle.

 “Yes, my clothing business and food ventures sponsor my trips. I am a very beautiful woman, but my success is a result of hard work and entrepreneurship, not just appearances,” she said.

The actress also revealed that she’s been blessed with beauty that attracts wealthy men who favour her in many ways.

“I am a beautiful woman and I’m lucky when it comes to wealthy men. I’m not even attracted to men who are not rich,” she said.

Salma Mumin appeared in the 2007 film Passion & Soul, which served as her screen debut. [5] Aside from Seduction, No Apology, College Girls, Leave My Wife, The Will, No Man’s Land, What My Wife Doesn’t Know, and John and John, she has been in several other films since 2012.

In 2009, she made her acting debut in the film I Love Your Husband 1–3. In 2016, she also appeared in the movie You May Kill the Bride. She has also appeared in foreign films.

Source – Tru News Report


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