Award winning social activist and author Jackie Phamotse, says she has strong opinions especially relating to women. She recently sat down with podcaster Lungelo KM to discuss secret societies and the influencer business of selling their bodies.
Jackie Phamotse shocked the nation with her 2017 book release titled Bare: The Blessers Game. This is where she divulged on the underground lifestyle of the ultra-rich, those that belonged to an organisation she coined “The Hockey Club”. In this club, the super-rich are said to spend sickening amounts of money on wild sex with men and women. Luxury shopping, and exotic lifestyles.
In a recent podcast interview with YouTuber Lungelo KM, Jackie once again had Mzansi at the edge of their seats and clutching their pearls as she unpacked topics that many would find quite disturbing and controversial.
Phamotse confidently stated that only about 30% of the influencers in South Africa make their money honestly through partnerships and endorsements and that the rest were selling sex to men.
Jackie said that most of these men were not South African and were most likely sodomists that expected wild sex involving things like BDSM and spreading their faeces on the influencers’ faces and bodies. In the interview, the author says that “women would rather have sex on a private island than Sifiso’s backroom”.
The author and activist is usually slammed in the media for the topics she covers. But in this interview she said that her only intentions with the books she has written, was for the vulnerable. To have access to information about what the world is really like. So that they are not taken advantage of. While trying to live like their favourite influencers.
She went on to make a claim that even some well-known celebrities live lives that contrast what they portray on social media. These celebrities are said to be living from hand to mouth.
The self-proclaimed former “slay queen” touched once more on her 2020 topic. About celebrities using dark magic and snakes to gain wealth. She also said that in a lot of these fancy big houses, most people keep snakes and coffins in locked rooms where no one enters.
We cannot say for a fact who does what in their private lives. But one thing we can say is that perhaps nothing is truly ever as it seems.
This topic had us absolutely shocked, especially coming from such a formidable author.
Is there truth to these allegations? Are South African influencers allowing men to have violent and degrading sex with them in exchange for cash? In the end, is it all worth it?
Watch the full interview below to find out what your favourite influencer may be doing to maintain her lifestyle.