South Africa’s second citizen, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, is wanted by an ambitious blesee. Deputy President Ramaphosa is married to a rich wife Dr. Tshepo Motsepe-Ramaphosa. The second family have four children together.
Before announcing on Monday that she wants Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, Andiswa Lutando Pokolwana said that she loves and believes that Blesser Finder can do magic.
“I want Cyril Ramaphosa; I don’t know where I can meet him. Just give me a green light ndi-serious (I’m serious). Any law abiding citizen who know a thing about him. Ndifuna (I want) senior citizens‚” Pokolwana posted on Blesser Finder’s Facebook page.
However, another post on Blesser’s Facebook contained a plea from a third-year university student who wanted help to pay her tuition fees without having to have se x with the blesser.
“Hi‚ Can I ask? It is possible to get a Blesser‚ who can help me without wanting us to date or have sex? I am a 3rd year varsity student who is struggling financially‚ my parents have paid for this semester but next semester (my final semester) they won’t afford so I might drop out. I’m so worried because I’m almost done‚” said the blessee‚ whose details were not disclosed.
The blessee said that she can’t get a bursary because she is not studying at a public institution.
“So I’m really requesting for someone who can help pay for the rest of my fees. In return I work for them on weekends. In that way they can even introduce me to their wives because we not doing anything…” said the request.
In response to the tuition fees request‚ another user Hmx Herman posted: “nothing for mahala‚ u need to put something on the table. Sisi (sister)‚ why do you protect it? If given to a Blesser‚ do u think he will finish it?”
The blesse and blesser trend has been slammed by many celebrities with Kenny Kunene referring it as an act of prostitution and as a trend of “pimps and prostitutes”.. Recently KwaZulu-Natal premiere Senzo Mchunu, in his capacity as the chairperson of the provincial Aids council, declared war against the trend of blessers“.
The Presidency is yet to comment.