A video of a girl explaining that she is the go-to person for men who are looking for women for vibes has been making rounds on social media.
In the video which was posted from popular video sharing platform Tik Tok to Twitter by @azeegreen_ has left Tweeps shook on what really happens in cities like Joburg and Cape Town.
I scrome 😭😭😭😭🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/YqQsh6mm9F
— Lemon 🍋 (@kholofelo_r_) May 4, 2021
A second video was then posted following the comments and reaction on the platform by Tweeps who were clearly unimpressed with the first video.
The video starts as an advert which is in a disguised voice, saying:
“If you are a girl who is always keen on partying, at a fee of course hit me up. Around Joburg or Cape Town, flying you in won’t be a problem.”
The social media user then explains how this is not for everyone, how she isn’t speaking to everyone and that if the message isn’t for you, you should swipe up.
In this video the girl is responding to criticism that she is aiding human trafficking:
— mahle (@azeegreen_) May 4, 2021
Tweeps had a lot to say about the social media user’s operation:
This sounds like an illegal operation and she reducing it to ‘’vibes’’. She must be arrested for running such a dubious enterprise. Makes a whole video about organised crime?
— KG (@KGWorldwide) May 5, 2021
South African girls will die for a camps bay trip, they will do whatever it takes to have snaps on those pools, glass balcony with sea views. But this is voluntary I like the fact that she put it out there. The ladies are hating it because the secret is out.
— Brown Dash (@Manqobankosii) May 5, 2021
It’s “vibes” until her bf’s friend of a friend drugs or uses money to coerce these young women to do things they don’t want to do or go places they dont know. Then we see missing girls on the TL.
Whether they know it or not these “matchmakers” are complicit in human trafficking
— #BlackLivesMatter #StopGBV (@Wonder_and_Live) May 4, 2021