MEET X Factor singer Chloe Mafia. When she’s not singing, Mafia is, as the Sun says, working as a prostitute. For those of you into a woman “smothered in fake tan and baring her midriff”, the going rate is £160-an-hour.
You might have seen Mafia on BBC Three’s Snog Marry Avoid, but it’s unlikely.
Chloe is 20. She has 19-month-old daughter. She tells the X Factor judges:
"I’m a full-time yummy mummy.“
Or as she tells her punters, who know her as Candy, I’m a…
"...100 per cent English Yorkshire dirty slut.”
The full text of her advertorial runs:
"Hi guys and girls, I’m Candy, new to escorting, single for over six months and thought hey I’m sex-starved haha, so thought I would give this a go and so far I’m loving it…”
"I can fulfil every fantasy with my dirty mind, so what you waiting for drop me a email [sic] babes or send an escort booking.”
She can fulfil fantasies with her mind? Is the body extra?
Candy is also one part of the Yorkshire Hotties, a four piece group.
Their site tells us:
"If you would like a mind-blowing two, three, four girl experience just pick your girls and send an email! All girls are bi-sexual and bookings are available at short notice!”
And as Chloe sets herself to be the new Tia Brodie (NSFW) or Vicky Lloyd, a spokesman for the show says:
"Chloe has not yet appeared on X Factor. We have spoken to her and she denies this story.”
All good stuff. And following news of an on-stage fight between 17-year-old Lisa Parker, who was punched in the face by her best friend Abbey Johnston, what we don’t see on the X Factor is better than what we do…
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