HER curvy body has made her a star of the red carpet and a favourite at clubs around the country. But fame has not stopped Skolopad from telling horny men where to get off.
Mzansi’s self-proclaimed Beyonce said she is tired of men who think of getting under the sheets every time they see her.
“I am not a sex object!” said the socialite.
Skolopad, whose real name is Nonhlanhla Qwabe, said event organisers were the biggest culprits.
“They want to have sex with me once they have booked me. But I do not work for sex and I do not sell my body. This has nothing to do with the clothing I wear. It happens because I am a nice person.”
She said men often try to take advantage when a woman is kind to them.
“They assume you want to sleep with them.”
Skolopad said men needed to start respecting women.
“If I provide a service and I am nice to you, I am only trying to build a working relationship, not a sexual one.”
Although not all the promoters she worked with were sex pests, she said quite a few had tried to sweet-talk their way into her panties.
“At the end of the day this reflects badly on all men,” she said.
She encouraged men to protect women and children from abuse.
“Assault is not the only form of abuse. A man can abuse you by giving you a look that suggests he wants to sleep with you.”
Skolopad said fear should not prevent women from being who they are or doing what they love.