Inno Morolong

Reality TV star Inno Morolong’s post about recruiting girls who ‘look good’ and ‘clean’ to party with sparked a human trafficking debate. Image @innomorolong/Instagram

‘Lowkey human trafficking’: Inno slammed for ‘selling’ girls

Reality TV star Inno Morolong’s post about recruiting girls who ‘look good’ and ‘clean’ to party with sparked a human trafficking debate.

Inno Morolong

Reality TV star Inno Morolong’s post about recruiting girls who ‘look good’ and ‘clean’ to party with sparked a human trafficking debate. Image @innomorolong/Instagram

Controversial reality TV star and event promoter Inno Morolong came under fire at the weekend after she invited young girls who wanted to party to get in touch with her for free drinks.

Following her post, Inno was accused of “trafficking” girls. However, speaking to the Daily Sun, she denied “selling” young girls.

INNO RECRUITS ‘GOOD-LOOKING’ GIRLS TO PARTY WITH HER

The Diamonds and Dolls star took to Instagram to tell send her a direct message (DM) if they “look good” but are “stressed about money for drinks.”

“It’s December… ladies if you look good but you’re stressed about money for drinks, don’t worry I got you. If you are beautiful and clean you will definitely come party with me at my events and drink for free… just dm me with your pictures… if I reply it means you can come to my table,” she wrote.

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TWEEPS ACCUSE HER OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Tweeps were not happy about Inno’s offer as they suspected she might probably end up “selling” them to her rich male friends.

“It will never not break my heart how women play an integral role in pimping and trafficking,” a tweep wrote.

“Young Girls should be careful about such girls who recruit the young one’s promising them nice life etc. Possibilities are she might be a pimp or she’s using them to steal their fortunes using izilwane. So young girls are pimped right under our watch and we see nothing wrong?” another tweep replied.

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INNO DENIES SELLING YOUNG GIRLS

In response, Inno denied trafficking young girls. She also added that the post is old and as a single mother to a girl, she would never do something like that.

“My darling, I don’t sell, nor have I sold young girls before, this post is an old post I post it when I need young, new vibrant girls as champagne or bottle girls at the club, as you know before was a full-time club host and I needed new faces all the time.

“People need to understand the Club language when I say I want girls who will be partying with me, it’ll be them being bottle/champagne girls, why would sell young girls where as me myself I am a single mother to a young girl whom I also have to protect from people who sell girls, if there is any girl who said I have sold her, they must come forward, I’ve never sold girls people should get their facts straight,” Inno commented.