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Prominent women used as drug mules


by Chris-Paul


have you ever asked yourself how prominent young women in Namibian entertainment industry, who even struggle to pay rent, afford plane tickets and luxury holidays in Europe and South America?
V-Metro is well informed that they are used by drug lords to traffic dope to various destinations in the world and paid ‘handsomely’. Once back, they use their earnings to travel and paint the town red, especially when you meet them in nightclubs. One day, they ‘zula’ for drinks, the next day, they travel for a ‘holiday’ to Brazil or Italy. If they want to keep their acquired lifestyle, I advise them to keep their Tanzanian and Nigerian “bosses” happy by keeping their open legs wide.