Nkechi Blessing, Nigerian actress, says slay queens no longer flaunt their pictures online because they now reside in their real homes due to the federal government’s stay at home order. 


Slay queen is a term used to refer to girls who do not have a wealthy background but appear as if they do by showing off on social media especially with pictures in exotic buildings and cars.

The actress took to her social media page on Friday to disclose that the government’s directive restricting movement to contain spread of COVID-19 has reduced the rate at which such queens post pictures on social media.

“Now our slay queens can’t snap again because they’re in their real homes,” she wrote on Instagram.


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Nkechi went on to call on such people to ensure they make the most of their time to take care of their homes before trying to impress others.

“Take care of home before impressing the streets they won’t hear, now it has happened,” she added in a mixture of English and Pidgin.


Nigeria presently has 81 confirmed cases of the pandemic with three of those infected with the killer virus discharged while one death has so far been recorded.

The move has seen the federal and state governments intensify efforts towards combating the spread of the pandemic through several directives including the ban on large religious and social gatherings.

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