There is massive competition in every business, $ex business inclusive! This can be explained in the ongoing war between Cameroon $ex workers and their Chinese counterparts in Yaounde over who controls the major shares of the client base.
in effort to win this battle, disgruntled local s*x workers in Cameroon have developed disparaging and occult-related phrases to describe the numerous young Chinese female $ex workers who have become a huge source of competition, according to a research article published in a recent volume of African Affairs by Dr. Basile Ndjio of the University of Douala.
The scholar believes the terms, including "bitch-witches," "cursed $ex," "magic body," and "economic predator" are used to dissuade local clients from visiting the foreign $ex workers. Rumors were even spread that Chinese women could impair a local man's ability to reproduce, reports German's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper.
China's nationalistic tabloid, the Global Times, even caught wind of the turf war, saying that a heated $ex battle between Chinese and Cameroonian women is currently taking place in the African country.
"Despite the somewhat exaggerated media reports, it is true that the number of Chinese female $ex workers has increased over the years in African countries like South Africa, Mali, and Angola," a senior expatriate in Africa told the Global Times. "Those $ex workers at first provided services to fellow Chinese only but have gradually taken on local clients."