Stripping Is The Real Deal, Acting Doesn’t Pay Well- Ex- Generations Actor Bongi
Model and ex- Generations: The Legacy actress Noluvuyo Sodela, has taken stripping as her new line of business arguing that acting did not pay her well.
Best known for her character as Bongi on Generations: The Legacy, the actress seems to have taken her new career to extremes and advertises upcoming shows on her social media accounts.
She has since opened an OnlyFans account to allow her to monetize her explicit content and uses the name Bubblyb Sodela.
Making it clear that all her content is just striptease and does not involve anything hardcore, Noluvuyo said she is now selling content to adult websites such as Por_nhub.
She earns up to R500 for just 10 minutes. In an interview with Drum, Noluvuyo said,
I’ve also started selling content on Pornhub, but nothing hardcore, just stripteasing. I haven’t really ventured into the webcam business because I’m happy with what I’m earning now with my recorded videos. I get around R500 for a 10-minute-long video and R800 for an 18-minute-long one. I have customers who pay me before even receiving the content.
She uses her Facebook page to promote her new page called Bubblyb Sondela and also continues to use her old page to promote her OnlyFans page by posting videos of herself wearing racy lingerie and showing some explicit dance moves.
Speaking to Drum, Noluvuyo explained her reasons for stripping and said:
Being a stripper is fulfilling because of the financial freedom it comes with. You can work at various places and that provides you with the opportunity to earn more. I’ve also been able to look after two families with the income I receive, my own family and another one I sponsor. I also enjoy the fact that I don’t have to do much to stay in shape for my job since I’m naturally petite and dancing is also very good exercise for us.
Although I enjoy being a stripper and the financial freedom it comes with, I do wish to grow my décor and catering company…I’ll also have to move back to Cape Town to continue dancing because I’m exhausting my savings due to the lockdown – I’m renting and I still need to send money back home.
“I don’t care what people say and I know it brings in money and sustains me in a way a conventional career can’t. I always say that I’m here for a good time and not a long time. God has bigger plans for me in the coming years.”
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