Kefilwe Mabote is demanding for Sunday Word publication or its mother company to pay her an amount of One Million Rands after the publication referred to her as one of the slay queens who are on Edwin Sodi’s bedroom roll.
The media influencer trended last week after rumours made rounds that Hawks have seized her luxury care soon after Edwin’s arrest. Apparently, the ANC benefactor and businessman has been dating her or rather injecting some cash on her luxurious lifestyle for benefits.
The news publication then released an article about the two, saying that Kefilwe and company are going through a dry season since their blessers have been arrested.
Taking to social media Kefilwe said that she was representing all women which the media has published negative articles about them. She had to drag everyone behind her back just in case the fight gets tough…. she gets some support.
Contained in the letter of demand was that she has only known Sodi for less than a year and that they have a private relationship and nothing more, no love, no strings attached, no friends with benefits or business deals.
The letter further went on to say that Kefilwe is at risk, as a media influencer and ambassador, of losing business deals because of the article, now her reputation is in question.
You can just read the letter of demand below:
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The Sunday World Newspaper dated 11 October 2020 published an article on me branding me a “Slay Queen” on a “bedroom roll” thereby placing my brand in disrepute. I have decided to break the silence and take legal action. As this is now a legal matter, I ask that we respect the legal process and shall not be conducting any interviews on the matter until it has been resolved. Thank you.
So all in all, Kefi doesn’t want to be called a slay queen, we quickly had to go and check the definition of SLAY QUEEN and here’s what we found: “Girls who do not have a wealthy background but appear as if they do. They use malicious acts to attain cash, drink expensive alcohol, procure expensive cellphones. But back at home, she’s a chicken chaser. You can spot them from a distance by their obnoxious and heavy rolling accent characterized by flat pronunciations of the letter “e” e.g. I just don’t gat it You batter have my money. 1. Slay Queen’s prey off of old, promiscuous men for their lifestyle.”
Hmmm, well did you see any of Kefilwe’s characteristics from the above definition?