"It's been a long time since I last fell asleep. I indulge in vibrators. They drive me crazy. They stab me in the concrete. My vibrators are amazing," said Kuli (38), who played Mildred's role in Mzansi Magic's The Queen.
SHe said what she liked about the vibrators was that once you got to the climax, they didn't always blow you away. "Like 'how are you honey? How's your day. It was fun? Oh baby'. You're not that nonsense."
Kuli said after entertaining herself with a vibrator she goes to bath and sleep soundly. SHe not only spoke but even pulled out another front toy. SHe said it was one of the toys that she's colleague Nina Hastie had brought during a visit to Japan. "SHe was tired of our use of vibrators."
However, she said she was still using vibrators to be zzz, until she showed a trembling body.
Continuing, she said that as a person grows older, it is when she realizes that there is really no need to have sex because you have a relationship with her.
"Whoever keeps telling you 'I love you and call me every day.' You can have sex with someone who isn't important to you, not now as there is a Covid. "
SHe also revealed that she prefers to have sex with boys and not with men her age.
Kuli will appear in a film that will be shown on Netflix from October 8 this year entitled Angeliena. In the film she will be starring Euodia Samson, Tshamano Sebe, Colin Moss, Thapelo Mokoena, Nicole Madell, Marciel Hopkins, Schalk Bezuidenhout, Sandra Prinsloo and Toya Delazy. The woman first became known as a journalist but later became a TV presenter including Real Gobhoza, Headline and Trending SA. SHe has also broadcast a morning show on Kaya FM.
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