The law is finally expected to take its course with the viral internet sensation, Queen Minaj who is seemingly taking her ‘delightful’ half-dressed public shows too far, involving underage students in schools.
Law Finally Catches Up With Half-Dressed Internet Sensation Who Went Viral After ‘Inappropriate’ Public Show With School Kids
Lunya Makua, popularly known for her bold risque stances in public spaces is expected to have a case opened against her by the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) in Limpopo after she took and published pictures of herself half-naked while with elementary school kids in Lebowakgomo.
The pictures that have seen been labelled distasteful on social media show the socialite-cum-risque publicist posing for a picture while donning a deliberately protruding lingerie from the dropped pants – her signature dressing.
“Congress of South African Students (COSAS) in Limpopo to open a case against Lunya Makua known as Queen MINAJ after she posed for a half-naked photograph with Pepps primary school learners in Lebowakgomo. COSAS says Lunya has violated the rights of the school kids,” media reports read on the developing story.
The dressing is inspired by the likes of Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion among many popular American influencers who have been spotted publicly showing off their underwear.
It seems the style is to so many’s liking, especially the younger generation that is still in school – hence her recent visit to schools.
Speaking on her bold public stances, the 20-year-old dancer and nudist claims she is not involved in prostitution but rather goes half-naked as a personal preference.
Social media users have been hunting her down to get her sued for exposing children to immorality and nudity