Uganda: Meet Ugandan Male Prostitute Who Gets Paid for Sleeping with Women

Paul Zuluka.
29 November 2018

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.

BEST IDEA

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.

CHALLENGES

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.

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