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I Make Over GHC120k Per Month on Snapchat – ‘Queen of Snapchat’ Dulcie Boateng

In the latest episode of the Delay Show, self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Snapchat’, Dulcie Boateng, has revealed that she makes about GHC120,000 to GHC150,000 every month from only ambassadorial deals on Snapchat.

Answering questions about how she funds her luxurious lifestyle, Boateng, 26, a style influencer on Snapchat said she has worked with brands such as Pizzaman and Intimate Queen who paid her GHC15,000 per month consistently for a year.

“I’m going to give you a little breakdown of what a month looks like for me averagely.  I charge GHC15,000 for an ambassadorial deal in a month. I take about 8 to 10 so we are looking at GHC120,000 to GHC150,000 from ambassadorial deals only.  I have brands. I’ve worked with Pizzaman. I have worked with Kitty Karma, I’ve worked with Intimate Queen I’ve worked with I’ve worked with Whole Beauty. Now all these brands I just mentioned are brands that paid me consistently for one year,” Deloris Frimpong Manso on The Delay Show which aired on March 9, 2024.

@theaccratimes Dulcie Boateng on the Delay Show. #fyp #ghanatiktok🇬🇭 #foryou #delayshow #ghanafuodotcom #music #nigeria #ghanatiktok🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭 ♬ original sound – The Accra Times
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Dulcie said made her Snapchat debut following the demise of her sister but started making money from Snapchat in 2017.

“My sister died and I was so depressed, I was broken. I wanted to get out of the house. I wanted to do something so that I wouldn’t be bored; just to take my mind off a bit,” she said.

Ms Boateng also indicated that her financial freedom helped her to move her mother out of her marital home after realizing that her mother was encountering difficulties in her relationship with her father, something she could not have done if she was not doing well on Snapchat.

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“They divorced when I made money because I moved my mother out of the house,” she said.

A year ago, Dulcie Boateng was in the news for surprising her mother with a basket of currency notes totaling a million Ghana cedis on her birthday. The style influencer and young entrepreneur took her mother on a dinner date and made the presentation to her.

The gesture sparked a lot of social media conversation with many people questioning the source of her wealth.

On the Delay Show, she insisted that she made her money legitimately by promoting other people’s businesses on her social media platforms.



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