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I’m not Attracted to Poor Men – Salma Mumin

"I am a beautiful woman and I’m lucky when it comes to wealthy men. I’m not even attracted to men who are poor."

Speaking in a yet-to-be-aired interview on the Delay Show, Ghanaian actress, Salma Mumin, has refuted claims that she sleeps around with rich men for financial support, insisting that her food and clothing businesses play a vital role, in funding her extravagant lifestyle.

“Yes, my clothing business and food ventures sponsor my trips abroad. I am a very beautiful woman, but my success is a result of hard work and entrepreneurship, not just appearances,” she stated firmly.

Expressing concern over the evolving usage of the term “slay queen,” often associated with call girls in Ghana, she explained that previously, a slay queen referred to women who dressed well and exuded elegance.

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“When ‘slay queen’ started, it was used to address women who could dress well and live a good life, but with time, the definition changed to girls who were into runs, I just had to refrain from it because I am not a call girl,” she explained. ” All my life I have worked, people have seen me work and still don’t believe that my work can make me look good,” she added.

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The actress also revealed her beauty does not permit her to have a spot for poor men as she always attracts rich men.

“I am a beautiful woman and I’m lucky when it comes to wealthy men. I’m not even attracted to men who are poor,” she added.

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A Ghanaian actress and producer, Mumin made her screen debut in 2007 where she was featured in the movie Passion and Soul. In 2015, she produced her first movie titled No Man’s Land.

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