South Africa

Queen Of N_dity-Minaj Still A Virgin!!!

South Africans on social media are reeling in shock after a popular unclothed model Queen Minaj flaunted her certificate of virginity.

Queen Minaj is a Limpopo-based social media influencer from Limpopo who first made headlines on social media in 2022 when she brought a mall to a standstill dressed in a crop top, really tight denim shorts dropped to show her buttocks, and high heels.

The controversial social media sensation walks around wearing nothing but a bra and thongs and sometimes covering herself with things like egg crates, tree leaves or doughnuts.

Sometimes Queen Minaj goes on the streets marketing and selling different businesses, attracting immense attention as she will be almost bare.

She has been accused of immoral behaviour and violating children’s rights by the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) after she went to a school and made students touch her half-covered behind.

Yesterday, Queen Minaj, real name Lonia Makua, posted a collage of pictures on her popular Facebook account, showing fans her certificate of virginity.

One Dr Pheli issued the document from We Renew Customs Trust. From the certificate, it seems Queen Minaj went to the doctor who specialises in restoring virginity.

The signed document read:

“On the 14th of March 2023, Dr Pheli treated the p**sy of Lonia, and it went back to the virginity state.”

Queen Minaj beamed:

“Thank you, doctor Pheli for fixing my P*ssy🍑my loose kuk* fixed❤️back to normal 📍kele Virgin Now.”

South Africans expressed amusement as Queen Minaj flaunted her certificate.


“Kgane, how was it? To the extent that it needed a panel beater.”


“Plug me, girl. I want to undo the deeds n no more doing it again😩😩 I regret 🙄 I want to be renewed 🙃🙃”


“Dr Pheli ke mechanic wa dinnyo straight 😅😅😅from scratch to new one 😂😂😂😂”


“So most girls must see Dr pheli😂😂😂especially those who were dating Nigerians.”

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