A Ugandan man based in South Africa has opened up on how he earns a living by sleeping with women.
Twenty-seven-year-old Paul Zuluka spoke exclusively to the Daily Sun, and also confessed on how he loved his job.
He was even all too willing to share the rates at his workstation, disclosing he charges upto R400 (about Sh3,000) to sleep with one woman for one ’round’ R2,000 (about Sh15,000) to spend the night with a female client.
Terming his career ‘the best idea’ he has ever had, Zuluka also revealed how has waved away plans to engage in homosexuality.
“This is the best idea I’ve ever had. I love sleeping with women and I am great at it. I enjoy every moment. I get money for doing something I love. I help women keep their relationships going and reduce their stress,” Zuluka said during the interview.
“I’m a Ugandan. I came to South Africa to get a job that that didn’t happen so I had to do something. I also get calls from me who offer me a lot of money (for sex). But I’m a man and only available to women,” he further explained.
Some of the challenges he says he faces in his line of duty include women who book him for ‘one round’ but change their mind and ask for ‘three or four’.
“It messes up my work schedule, they forget there are other women who want a piece of me as well.”
The newspaper also seemed to have received glowing tributes from Zuluka’s clients.
“No boyfriend, no stress. I have Paul to satisfy me. I’m a businesswoman. Paul’s the best in the game.” she said.
Former Barcelona playmaker has had his three cars seized by authorities to guarantee payment of a fine relating to damages caused to a forest by his projects.
Legendary Brazilian footballer, Ronaldinho, who was recently in Kenya, returned back home in Brazil to find his luxurious cars worth 13 million pounds (Sh1.7 billion) seized by the authorities over debt.
According to media reports, the former Barcelona playmaker has had his three cars seized by authorities to guarantee the payment of a fine relating to damages caused to a forest by his projects.
It is understood that the authorities reached the decision after they found out that the former Selecao only had 5 pounds (Sh655) in his back account.
The cars which were seized are two BMWs and a Mercedes which were taken from his family home.
The damage in question is said to have been caused by the construction of the Ronaldinho Gaucho Institute back in 2013.
Ronaldinho was accused of cutting down the native forest where the institute was put up, and also carrying out drainage and land movement without a license.
A court in Rio de Janeiro found Ronaldinho guilty of environmental degradation and ordered him to pay a fine of 1.75 million pounds (Sh229 million).
However, the authorities claim it has been impossible to contact the footballer concerning the payment.
Ronaldhino was in Kenya two weeks ago for a three day visit courtesy of betting firm Betika.
During his visit he conducted football clinics and took part in exhibition matches in Kisumu and Nairobi.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he may cancel his scheduled meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Argentina because of Russia's maritime clash with Ukraine.
In an interview with the Washington Post, Trump said he was awaiting a "full report" from his national security team about Russia's capture of three Ukrainian naval ships and their crews.
"That will be very determinative," Trump told the Post, adding that "Maybe I won't have the meeting. Maybe I won't even have the meeting ... I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression at all."
Trump is due to meet Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, which convenes on November 30. The Trump-Putin meeting will cover security issues, arms control, and issues in the Middle East and Ukraine, White House national security adviser John Bolton told reporters.
Russia opened fire on the Ukrainian boats and then seized them and their crews on Sunday near Crimea. Moscow and Kiev have tried to pin the blame on each other for the incident.
The U.S. State Department urged European nations on Tuesday to do more to assist Ukraine in its standoff with Russia.
Stephen Hillenburg, whose "SpongeBob SquarePants" series "brought joy to generations of kids and families everywhere," has died at the age of 57.
Nickelodeon announced the news on Tuesday, a day after the biology teacher turned creative genius behind the wildly successful children's animation series passed away.
He had been diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Hillenburg created the hit Nickelodeon series, launched in 1999, which recounted the adventures of a yellow sponge and his friends in the make-believe city of Bikini Bottom in the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
Instantly appealing to young children, their families and college students, it turned into a global licensing and merchandising phenomenon, winning awards and being aired in more than 60 languages, including Azerbaijani.
Stephen Hillenburg, creator of the popular animated series Spongebob Squarepants /Reuters File Photo
"He was a beloved friend and longtime creative partner to everyone at Nickelodeon, and our hearts go out to his entire family," the network said.
"Steve imbued SpongeBob SquarePants with a unique sense of humor and innocence that has brought joy to generations of kids and families everywhere.
"His utterly original characters and the world of Bikini Bottom will long stand as a reminder of the value of optimism, friendship and the limitless power of imagination," it added.
"The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" from 2004 went on to gross more than 140 million U.S. dollars worldwide with voiceovers from Scarlett Johansson and Alec Baldwin.
Hillenburg announced last year that he had been diagnosed with ALS, a progressive neurodegenerative disease.
He was nominated for nine primetime Emmys, the highest award in American television.
Stephen Hillenburg /Reuters File Photo
Hillenburg was born on a U.S. Army post in Lawton, Oklahoma to a father in the military, who went on to become a draftsman and designer for aerospace companies, and a mother who taught visually impaired students.
The family moved to California and Hillenburg graduated from Humboldt State University in 1984 with a degree in natural resource planning and interpretation, with an emphasis on marine resources.
He began his career as a marine biology teacher at what is today known as the Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California, offering courses to children from kindergarten to high school, and their teachers.
Even in those days, he used his artistic talent and love of the ocean to write and illustrate stories to help teach his students, creating colorful characters that would later become the denizens of Bikini Bottom.
In 1987, he embarked on a degree in experimental animation at the California Institute of Arts, earning a master of fine arts in 1992, and winning an award at an Ottawa international festival for an animated short, "Wormholes."
From 1993 to 1996, he worked as a director and writer on Nickelodeon's "Rocko's Modern Life" before devoting himself to writing, producing and directing what would turn into "SpongeBob SquarePants."
He also wrote, produced and directed the 2004 movie, and wrote and executive produced the 2015 sequel, "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water."
Steve, as he was known to family and friends, is survived by his wife Karen, son Clay, mother, brother, a sister-in-law and two nieces.
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Sauti Sol’s guitarist, producer and composer Polycarp Otieno aka Fancy Fingers has shared the first images of his private wedding to stylist Lady Mandy which happened about a week ago at the Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari Club.
Polycarp and Mandy wedded in an exclusive invite-only private ceremony held at the Fairmont Mt Kenya Safari Club, Pulse magazine reported.