Cosas to open a case against half-dressed ‘influencer’

Lunya Makua affectionately known as Queen Minaj reportedly took photos with school learners from Pepps Primary School in Limpopo and shared them on social media without their consent.Image: Social Media

Lunya Makua affectionately known as Queen Minaj reportedly took photos with school learners from Pepps Primary School in Limpopo and shared them on social media without their consent.Image: Social Media

Published Sep 27, 2022

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An “influencer” is under fire for allegedly violating children’s rights after her apparently inappropriate pictures with schoolchildren went viral.

Several pictures shared on social media of a half-dressed woman posing next to young learners have sparked concerns and elicited chatter around the breach of children’s rights.

A woman identified as Lunya Makua, known as Queen Minaj, reportedly took raunchy photos with school pupils from Pepps Primary School in Limpopo and shared them on social media without consent.

In some of the pictures circulating across social media platforms, boys are apparently seen touching her behind as she continued to make exaggerated and seductive poses.

Queen Minaj is not new to being half-dressed and making bold appearances while showing off her body.

Putting on her lingerie and deliberately dropping her pants to show off her behind have apparently been one of her popular style statements, disseminated by her unapologetically.

More pictures of her have emerged and have since resulted in strong calls to have Makua held accountable for her actions while others suggested harsh punishment.

A statement issued on social media said that the school will follow up on the matter “to the full extent”.

“We have been shocked by the photo that is circulating on social media of a socialite inappropriately posing with some Pepps pupils. An opportunistic photo was taken with our pupils and, without their permission or ours she has posted (it) publicly,” the statement said.

“This is inappropriate and most unfortunate. She is in no way connected to Pepps. We have reported the photo to Facebook and we shall follow this matter to the full extent. Pepps family, please spread the word that this post is not sanctioned by the school. The school is deeply upset.”

Polokwane Weekly also revealed that student body Cosas is set to open a case against Queen Minaj for allegedly violating the children’s rights.

“Cosas to open a case against Queen Minaj. Lebowakgomo: Cosas Limpopo regional secretary, Koketso Koko says they will open a case against Queen Minaj. This comes after Minaj, whose real name is Lunya Makua (allegedly) posed half-naked photo with primary school learners in Lebawakgomo.”

MDN news also reported that the law is expected to take its course. “Congress of South African Students in Limpopo to open a case against Lunya Makua known as Queen MINAJ after she (allegedly) posed for a half-naked photograph with Pepps primary school learners in Lebowakgomo. COSAS says Lunya has violated the rights of the school kids.”

Concerned parents have also weighed in on the matter, openly slamming Makua for her behaviour, which many claim to be immoral and unacceptable.

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