You cannot successfully talk about Africa’s top Slay Queens without a mention of fashion, the media, brands, red carpet events, social media influences and a host of other things directly or remotely connected to the fashion, beauty and the entertainment worlds. Although the list we have here is by no means exhaustive, you can’t in all honesty make a list of Africa’s influential slay queens without the queens listed here.
In no particular order of ranking, here are Africa’s leading Slay Queens.
Media personality, Entrepreneur, Social Media Influencer, author and a host of other portfolios, Toke has become a force to reckon with in Africa’s entertainment and fashion world. Her Instagram posts receive thousands of LIKES and COMMENTS. Toke in the past, has court some controversies through her Vlog and her book, On Becoming. This beauty from Nigeria is one of Africa’s Slay Queens and that is incontrovertible.
Also known as Queen of Swagger. Pokello came into limelight on the larger African scene as a Housemate in Big Brother Africa. She soon became some viewers’ favourite Housemate and the love translated into sharp growth in the number of Instagram followers. An avid entrepreneur, Pokello Nare is known for her love for shoes and glamour. Pokello Nare is a Slay Queen a lot of Slay Queens look up to.
Boitumelo Thulo a.k.a boity
This South African beauty has graced big screens like Big Brother Africa and Super Sports. How do you compile a list of Africa’s Slay Queens without a mention of Boity?
Beauty, brain, class, hard-working and amiable are some of the words that best fit this South African Slay Queen. Bonang Matheba is a popular face on TV; from red carpets, to events to music video, she has used these platforms to shape and influence fashion in her own way.