PASTORS are like shepherds herding lost souls to God.

And Mboro has found a new flock to save.

For the past two months, he has been praying for Mzansi’s slay queens!

“They show men that a woman has no value. These men will take you to nice places, but they will never respect you,” he said during a recent service.

“They will do whatever they like with you and you won’t say a thing because you want their money.”

Speaking to Daily Sun yesterday at his Incredible Happenings Ministries church in Katlehong, Ekurhuleni, Pastor Paseka “Mboro” Motsoeneng said he’d continue praying for women who date men for gifts and money. He called on slay queens to go back to God.

“They must repent. Once they’ve done that, they’ll not need men to provide for them. God will. God created women in his image. He knew a woman is the rock and pillar of a nation. A woman shouldn’t be used by politicians and businessmen but should be used only by God,” he said.

He warned slay queens their behaviour could lead to men treating all women like rubbish. He wanted slay queens to know they were better and could find their purpose.

He held a discussion recently on Kasie FM community radio, which is based in Vosloorus. He spoke about his aim to pray for slay queens and to get them to repent.

Thandeka Masondo (30), a former slay queen who previously approached the SunTeam with her story, said: “You’ll think you’re the IT girl until you lose value. The blessers will forget about you and you’ll feel like the world’s closing in on you.”

When she was young and sexy, she’d call a blesser to ask for money to do her hair.

“But after my beauty faded, they forgot about me. Today I’m back home, unemployed and sick. My advice to young ladies is to focus on your education,” she said.

SunReaders shared their thoughts on Facebook.

  • Pete Kent said: “Slay queens are just magoshas who went to private school.”
  • Vuyisile Nandise: “Most of these slay queens are hungry, borrowing clothes, hair and even phones for taking photos.”
  • Waga Makobela said: “We all have different ways of making a living and living it, so why should we think differently about other people when they’re doing their business?”