Nollywood actress, Moyo Lawal has revealed she’s finally dumping hard work to fully join an adult site popularly known as ‘Onlyfans’.
The actress made this known via her social media handle after sharing photos of a lady who newly acquired a G-wagon months after joining the site.
According to the Badagry, born actress also disclosed that many of her fans think, she amongst the sort of women and she won’t mind leaving her career as it is more profitable than being hard work.
”It’s about time for me jare tired of hard work. Hard work gang bye-bye.. Everyone Kuku thinks I am… Dec 29th still no holiday for me..yet bill everyday.. so only fans here I come.”
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Kemi Filani News recalls that, Nollywood actress, Moyo Lawal recently cried out concerning her prolonged single status. The curvy and light-skinned actress took to Instagram to lament how sex is always getting demanded for in a relationship. According to her, this new trend is seems to be the only way a lady can make a man marry her.
Moyo Lawal wrote:
”HELP ME ….is a relationship with no sex still possible in this age and time …that everyone is pregnant before marriage ??? …… … .. . P.s I have disciplined my self so much , that I am literally fighting battles to undiscipline myself ?? ….. … In this generation , how will I ever find a husband without compromising ?? …. …. ….. …. #Wheeew .”
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