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South African Lady Trends After Posting These Hot Pictures on Social Media

Since the release of s*x dolls costing over $2,000 by foreign companies, a debate has started over the efficiency of the robots over normal ladies who have been deemed problematic to men.
Nandy Mlomo
After the photos of a new pleasure doll which will be sold for over N800k went viral, a South African blogger, Nandy Mlomo took to her Twitter page to share her appealing photos to prove they are no match to her on the romance scale.
It would be recalled that some netizens have argued ridicuolously that it might be expensive to purchase a pleasure doll at the initial stage but at the long run, it's cheaper and more peaceful to have.
However, she received backlash from Twitter users, as they berated her for comparing herself to a pleasure doll.
See their reactions below;
Molemi wrote; “Dolls dont give us Ls..she ignored my tweet”
Sir Paul Wrote: “Well we wouldn’t be buying expensive hair every month”
Uncle Ojo Wrote: “No thanks, that body and wig will still need some maintenance, and will not have s*x if it’s needs are not met. With Doll baby, there won’t be all that!”
Cashflow wrote; “ can pay to get same version of you as a s*x doll! i guess the brazilian hair we won’t be buying anymore is really getting to ya’all!”
Meanwhile, Nandy Momo's pictures have made a bold statement against the pleasure dolls being circulated on social media.
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