Vera Sidika and Otile Brown
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Vera Sidika is hiring.

Barely six months after she launched her posh salon Vera Sidika Beauty Parlour she is now looking for new employees. The bootylicious socialite took to social media to advertise various vacant positions at her establishment.

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If you’re jobless and talented, below are the vacant positions Vera has advertised;

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Vera Sidika

Vera Sidika

Vera Sidika

This has left many wondering whether she had fired her employees or if they left willingly?

Well, this comes barely two months after Otile Brown alleged that Sidika’s salon business was not doing well. In one of the screenshots that leaked online recently, Otile tells her about her bad spending habits and asks her to change. He also promises to support her financially though under some conditions:

SENDING YOU 100K. STABILIZE HIO BIASHARA YA VEETOX NDIO ITABOOST HIO YA SALON. YOU DON’T Have TO RETURN THE 75K BUT THE 100K NAOMBA UKIFANIKIWA UNIRUDISHIE PLEASE, YOU KNOW I NEED THE MONEY BUT I CHOSE TO GIVE YOU BECAUSE I UNDERSTAND.

He adds that:

YOU STAYED IN DUBAI FOR THAT LONG AND EVEN DID SHOPPING AND YOU KNOW YOUR SITUATION BACK HOME IS NOT THAT GOOD JUST COZ IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY AND TO PLEASE PEOPLE. IT’S EITHER YOU’RE PLAYING ME OR YOU DON’T KNOW YOUR PRIORITIES.

She responds;

 THANK YOU. I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT IN MY BUSINESS. AS SOON AS I GET ON MY FEET I’LL WIRE THE MONEY TO YOU. AND I PROMISE IT WON’T TAKE LONG.

In another screenshot, Vera tells Otile to come through and help her pay her salon rent, confessing that she’s damn broke.

I’M TRULY SUPER BROKE NOW. LIKE IT’S SO BAD. BUSINESS HASN’T BEEN GOOD. BUT I STILL HAVE TO PAY WORKERS AND RENT.

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In a recent interview with Radio Jambo, Vera Sidika talked about her business and she told Massawe Japanni (the interviewer);

When you start a business you don’t expect it to flourish immediately but I’m doing well.

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