IN an act of unbridled betrayal, a cheating woman allegedly invited her boyfriends to her home where she was reportedly introducing them to her unsuspecting husband as cousins.
 
The heartbroken man, Tonderayi Ndawi, said out of shame his wife Josephine Jasi Gwavava deserted their matrimonial home after he discovered that she had been cheating on him with a string of men she introduced to him as her relatives.
 
As if the cheating on her husband was not enough, Gwavava reportedly stole his money before sending him threatening messages saying she was going to “fix” him.
 
While most men beat the daylights out of their cheating partners or do even worse things to them, Ndawi said he summoned his strength and decided to live with his wife.
 
He labelled Gwavava a “gold –digger” saying she was only after his money.
 
He further said that during the subsistence of their marriage she also lied to him that she was visiting her sisters yet she would be going out with her boyfriends.
 
“When my relatives and neighbours initially told me that my wife was cheating on me I thought they were jealous of us until the day I caught her in our bedroom with a man she had introduced to me as her cousin.
 
“I later discovered that all the men she had been introducing to me as her cousins were infact her boyfriends. She was also in the habit of lying to me that she is visiting her sisters yet she would be going to her boyfriends.
 
“It’s unfortunate that when I met her I didn’t know that she would do that to me. Just imagine we started dating in 2012 and moved in together in August last year after some of my relatives complemented her saying she would make a good wife. To tell you the truth Josephine really betrayed me. This is despite all the comfort and love I was giving her,” bemoaned Ndawi.
 
When reached for comment Gwavava who is now based in Harare dismissed Ndawi’s cheating accusations saying she deserted him over his abusive behaviour.
 
“He is lying against me that I was cheating on him. The reason why I deserted him is that he was physically and verbally abusing me. He was also insulting my mother and brothers.
 
“He once suspected that I was cheating on him when my ex-boyfriend phoned me. I didn’t steal his money as he is alleging and I am surprised why he is going around saying I stole his money,” she said.



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Zvichaperahazvo
0 # Zvichaperahazvo 2016-01-18 08:54
Varume ndivo vanotokonzera mabasa erima....vakadz i we a created in such a way yekuti dzimba dzedu tokoshesa bt munhu anotokuchinja. If we were to hear the lady's side of story imi mese mukushora mkadzi uyu u wud stop
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selele
0 # selele 2016-01-18 13:22
Quoting Zvichaperahazvo:
Varume ndivo vanotokonzera mabasa erima....vakadzi we a created in such a way yekuti dzimba dzedu tokoshesa bt munhu anotokuchinja. If we were to hear the lady's side of story imi mese mukushora mkadzi uyu u wud stop

Saka murima imomo mune varume chete? Ingochani here?ß
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Solo
+2 # Solo 2016-01-18 09:39
There is no good reason for committing adultery, if you're not happy in the marriage just divorce rather than waste somebody's time.

The loving husband works for the wife, clothe and feeds her. A garden boy comes and says, "You're looking good" and she rewards the garden boy for his stupid comment. Its not fair. She'll say, "This garden boy is so good, he's so caring..."
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selele
0 # selele 2016-01-18 13:21
Quoting Solo:
There is no good reason for committing adultery, if you're not happy in the marriage just divorce rather than waste somebody's time.

The loving husband works for the wife, clothe and feeds her. A garden boy comes and says, "You're looking good" and she rewards the garden boy for his stupid comment. Its not fair. She'll say, "This garden boy is so good, he's so caring..."

Women generally need different types of boy friends: the fucker, one for paying bills, one for showing parents and relatives, one for talking to, one for mocking at etc. As a husband, you can't be all of it so check what you are there for kkkkkk
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Solo
+1 # Solo 2016-01-18 16:48
@ Selele!

You're very right. Love has 3 basic components (1) romance - chikudo, fun or monkey business (2) chatting kuvaraidzana nenyaya. WhatsApp is providing this facility; then (3) sex - this is the compaction. If you work for her 16 hours per day you will get tired to do all the monkey business. She will look for a fixer but the problem is that the fixer wants to be rewarded for his efforts and it creates problems for the marriage. Even these "male friends" that chat they may chat about going out, that's the starting point of problems.

Women never behaved like this, what has gone wrong in society?
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selele
0 # selele 2016-01-18 17:14
Quoting Solo:
@ Selele!

You're very right. Love has 3 basic components (1) romance - chikudo, fun or monkey business (2) chatting kuvaraidzana nenyaya. WhatsApp is providing this facility; then (3) sex - this is the compaction. If you work for her 16 hours per day you will get tired to do all the monkey business. She will look for a fixer but the problem is that the fixer wants to be rewarded for his efforts and it creates problems for the marriage. Even these "male friends" that chat they may chat about going out, that's the starting point of problems.

Women never behaved like this, what has gone wrong in society?

Pasi parohwa nenyundo. As men we should also shift the goal posts so as to keep pace.
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Solo
+2 # Solo 2016-01-18 18:14
In this story the husband is a hero. He never suspected anything, he was full of trust. Marriage revolves on trust, that's good. Kufungira umwe zvakaipa kwakaipa.

Let's have a look at this one: the wife was always suspecting that her husband was having an affair with the maid. One Friday afternoon the husband notified the wife that he'd come home late due to work commitments. The wife instructed the maid to take time off. After dinner the wife sneaked into the maid's bed and waited. It didn't take long, a male voice came and said, "I love you". Then there was caressing and penetration. There was no electricity. The wife complained to the male who had penetrated her, "So if its the maid you'll be very energetic?" Like a nigerian movie, the electricity returned and the wife saw that the male who had finished her was a garden boy... All the garden boy could say is, "I'm sorry I didn't know that its you..."
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selele
0 # selele 2016-01-18 18:35
Quoting Solo:
In this story the husband is a hero. He never suspected anything, he was full of trust. Marriage revolves on trust, that's good. Kufungira umwe zvakaipa kwakaipa.

Let's have a look at this one: the wife was always suspecting that her husband was having an affair with the maid. One Friday afternoon the husband notified the wife that he'd come home late due to work commitments. The wife instructed the maid to take time off. After dinner the wife sneaked into the maid's bed and waited. It didn't take long, a male voice came and said, "I love you". Then there was caressing and penetration. There was no electricity. The wife complained to the male who had penetrated her, "So if its the maid you'll be very energetic?" Like a nigerian movie, the electricity returned and the wife saw that the male who had finished her was a garden boy... All the garden boy could say is, "I'm sorry I didn't know that its you..."

kkkkkkkk
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Ndini Uya Uya
0 # Ndini Uya Uya 2016-01-19 08:20
Quoting selele:
Quoting Solo:
In this story the husband is a hero. He never suspected anything, he was full of trust. Marriage revolves on trust, that's good. Kufungira umwe zvakaipa kwakaipa.

Let's have a look at this one: the wife was always suspecting that her husband was having an affair with the maid. One Friday afternoon the husband notified the wife that he'd come home late due to work commitments. The wife instructed the maid to take time off. After dinner the wife sneaked into the maid's bed and waited. It didn't take long, a male voice came and said, "I love you". Then there was caressing and penetration. There was no electricity. The wife complained to the male who had penetrated her, "So if its the maid you'll be very energetic?" Like a nigerian movie, the electricity returned and the wife saw that the male who had finished her was a garden boy... All the garden boy could say is, "I'm sorry I didn't know that its you..."

kkkkkkkk


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