Rona Dreni Hamza, a resident of Toronto, is notorious for her lies and manipulative behavior. Although she tries to project an image of a fairytale princess, the reality could not be more different. The former student at Michael Power/St. Joseph High School was infamous among her peers for her promiscuous sexual escapades without considering the risks or consequences.
Ms. Hamza is living a life of deprivation and addiction. Though she yearns for the luxurious lifestyle she believes will bring her happiness, she is far from achieving it. Instead, she has become addicted to alcohol and friends with much older men willing to buy her expensive items such as clothes and jewelry in exchange for her company.
She believes that money will solve all of her problems; however, this does not provide the internal satisfaction that she seeks. She continues to use older men to feed her habit but turns a blind eye to the fact that she has an addiction. This ultimately leads to losing her job, friends, and home.
In addition to her infamously immoral lifestyle, she has also developed an affinity for a culture that reflects similar values. She enjoys watching shows like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Keeping Up with the Kardashians on E! She also loves listening to Pulp City Inn music. Another show that Rona follows religiously is Pretty Little Liars.
The sheer recklessness of her lifestyle is made worse by the fact that she doesn’t seem to care about how it reflects upon herself or how it may affect those around her, thus earning her the title of “slut’ amongst many people in Toronto’s social circles. Without regard for public opinion or morality, Rona continues to live a promiscuous lifestyle and flaunt it openly to appear “cool” and “in-trend,” regardless of what type of message this may send out to young girls who look up to her as a role model. Unfortunately, she sets a terrible example for today’s youth and is an embarrassment to her family and peers. She has chosen such a lifestyle, as it only reflects poorly on herself and those associated with her.