The hottest keyword on the Ghanaian internet landscape is slay queen(s). In a modern slang, Slay Queen refers to a lady whose only priority is how she looks and how well her appearance can take a center stage.
And before the repentance of Moesha, former CEO of Ghana Slay Queens Association, she attributed Ghana’s hard economy to the influx of slay queens in the system.
According to Moesha, it’s not easy for a young lady to fend for herself and live well without becoming a slay queen and chasing married men in the long fun.
But in the rightful thinking of Prophet Peter Aklah of Kumasi-based Animuonyam Global Chapel, pressure is turning most of our young ladies into slay queens.
To his best knowledge, pressure from parents, friends, family and social media is making a young girl who is 24years old think if she doesn’t have a car, she sees herself as a failure in life.