A Zambian Slay Queen identified as Mbayama Jombo, an accountancy graduate from Lusaka has been trending online after her white lover reportedly leaked her nude photos and video online.
It was gathered that the Zambian Slay Queen sent the purported pictures to an older white lover in Europe, who reportedly leaked the photos and video. While some Zambian social media users stormed the lady’s Facebook account to confirm the story even though she totally ignored their comments, others ended up hailing the lady for her beautiful body. She was however chastised her for sending the pictures to her lover by others.
Here are some below, you can find uncensored ones online;
Few months ago, a Blantyre Magistrates Court handed a 40-year-old man a one month prison sentence for threatening to expose nude pictures of his girlfriend on social media. The man Allex Kachimanga threatened to expose the nude picture, if the woman refused to have sex with him.
According to Blantyre police publicist, Sub Inspector Augustus Nkhwazi, the victim is a 21 year old woman who is a resident of Area 22B in Lilongwe. She told Police that she met the suspect through Facebook some time back, and accepted him as her boyfriend on Facebook.
It is reported that the two had been sharing romantic conversations as lovers online, some of which included exchange of nude pictures. Nkhwazi further said on 4th December, 2017 the man demanded sexual intercourse with the young lady in Blantyre.
He threatened her that he would expose all her nude pictures which were sent to him on trust, to various social media platforms if she refused to have sex with him. This confused the young lady who agreed to meet the man at Blantyre Wenela bus depot ,from where they would probably proceed to have sex at a place of their choice.
However, the young lady became suspicious with this arrangement and complained to the Police in Blantyre who later escorted her to meet the suspect where they swiftly apprehended him. Passing the sentence, Magistrate Magwira said the court took into consideration the fact that the accused was a first offender and that he pleaded guilty to the charge thereby saving the courts’ time.