Mabel AKA hot girl, a hookup girl, revealed in an interview that her client requested a threesome with her bisexual wife.
Mabel told DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa that it didn't worry her because all she needed was her money, which she received in this case in the amount of 700 Ghana cedis.
“He stated he'd been talking about it with his wife, who is into girls, and that he wants a threesome. So I demanded 700 cedis from him, and he agreed. He also sent me money for transportation,” she explained.
It wasn't new to Mabel, according to her. She has had similar sexual encounters with other females in the past.
“On occasion, we organize SP” (sex party). A client from another country recently paid to watch us live. For the customer, I called two of my female friends and two of my male friends. We were a total of five of us: three girls and two lads, and he paid us all,” she revealed.
The single mother explained that she became involved in the sex trade as a result of sadness. “I'd rather hook up than date a man who will have free sex with me and then break my heart,” Mabel stated.
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