Popular Ama2000 dancer Queen Minaj took to Facebook and shared with her nearly 300k followers that she made nearly R50 000 on Saturday alone. The Limpopo-born Ama2000 entertainer Lunya Makua known as Queen Minaj also thanked her fans for supporting her and said she made nearly R50 000 from her performances on Saturday, 4 February.
She posted a picture of herself in buttless, torn jeans and said she works hard for her money and isn’t supported by any men. She also told her followers that she doesn’t push the soft life with anybody’s money but her own. She added in the Facebook post that she performed six gigs on Saturday and was paid R8000 per gig.
“To everyone who always shows me love and support. I appreciate that with all my heart. Ke motho ka lena maabane I manage go perform 6 gigs 8000* 6= !!!!!!!!!
Nna akejelwe di bill. Nna ake tsame ke kitima lema Nigeria le Makula !!!!! Ake gapeletxi soft life ka chelete ya banna. Okasabe Slay Queen osa bereke !!!! Obvious bale jela di Ice Tropez txeo!!!! Ledi VeVe. !!! etira okarr le better ……. Stop bad mouthing me ake ngwana wako golena nna. This is after she revealed a week ago that she is now a millionaire and shared her January bank balance with her followers.
“Nkasa sepele mo strateng for nothing (I can’t be naked in the streets for nothing) … So l spent R1m in January alone. l didn’t buy a car…Money generated by walking naked disappears just like money for Refff (Road Accident Fund).”
Lunya Makua gained instant popularity in 2022 after walking half naked (in tight denim bum shorts) at a mall, in long pink braids, a crop top, and tattoos across her thighs.
She grabbed the attention of patrons who eventually followed her around while chuckling and taking snaps and videos of her.
She also revealed on Limpopo Podcast that she loves the attention she gets in public when she flaunts her half-naked body online and offline.
Though she’s known for walking naked on the streets and sharing provocative posts on social media she often shares her performances, music, and shares entrepreneurial ideas on social media with her fans.
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Their win follows last year’s Grammy won by DJ Black Coffee for the Best Dance/Electronic Album. This is Kellerman’s fourth Grammy, while it’s a first for both Bantwini and Zikode. Learn more