Queen of clubs Inno set to slay again

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Innocentia ‘Inno’ Morolong is pleased she'll be able to get back to work soon. Picture: Essy zimba / essy_photography
Innocentia ‘Inno’ Morolong is pleased she'll be able to get back to work soon. Picture: Essy zimba / essy_photography

Thanks to the national lockdown, popular slay queen Innocentia “Inno” Morolong had to think outside the box to earn a living, as the closure of clubs, restaurants and taverns meant no job and no income for her.

The 28-year-old, who’s the face of Sandton’s Hydro Lounge, says she had to focus on selling her fashionable unisex sunglasses range, Shades by Inno, to make ends meet.

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