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A s3x worker publicly tackles customer for refusing to pay Ghs 30 service fee (WATCH)

Ghlagatin 4 weeks ago 0

A popular video circulating on social media shows a sex worker confronting a customer who refused to pay her 30 Ghanaian cedis service fee.

The footage, which has gone viral, captures the customer, with his shirt unbuttoned, adamantly refusing to hand over the money because he did not ejaculate during their encounter.

He argues that the standard practice is for men to pay only after achieving orgasm, but since he did not, he sees no reason to pay.

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Despite the customer’s explanation, the sex worker, determined to receive her payment, is seen grabbing onto his worn and torn shirt.

She is heard insisting that he must pay the agreed-upon fee, regardless of whether he reached climax or not.

The video has sparked a debate online, with many expressing shock at the customer’s refusal to pay and the sex worker’s assertive reaction.

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Viewers are encouraged to watch the video for more details on the altercation between the two individuals.

Overall, the video serves as a reminder of the challenges faced by sex workers in ensuring they are compensated for their services, and the various issues that can arise in such transactions.

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Watch the video below to know more…

Nana Kofi Oppong – Masa don’t pay. No gree for anyone this year ooo

bossmantololo – don’t pay bro brotherhood dey your back

2548866910684427 – don’t pay anything oo

Holiness Prince – How can you be sad in Ghana

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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