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Tirikufa Nenzara: S.e.x starved Zim women speak out on why they are cheating – Video

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Tirikufa Nenzara: S.e.x starved Zim women speak out on why they are cheating. iHarare has learnt from recent radio discussion Programme on Power FM conducted by Dj Scott that some married Zimbabwean women are terribly unsatisfied by the s.e.xual performances of their spouses so much that they are even forced to sleep with their gardeners to quench their s.e.xual thirst.

S.e.xual hunger is reported to have stricken some Zimbabwean married women, forcing them to resort to having illicit s.e.xual affairs to satisfy their s.e.xual appetites.

This follows after several women were reportedly caught in flagrante delicto with other men in the past week. iHarare last week reported that a woman identified as Mai Prince was caught bonking her married neighbour’s husband, Baba Theresa, at a lodge in Harare by her husband and her lover’s wife.

Watch video s.e.x-starved Zim women speak out on why they are cheating on their husbands… Shockingly, in no less than a week iHarare published a video in which a Zimbabwean based in South Africa busted his wife having illicit s.e.xual intercourse with another man in a shack.

The unidentified heartbroken man was heard in the video lamenting over how his wife’s bed-hopping had resulted in him contracting a S.e.xually Transmitted Infection but yet she blamed him.

Source – iHarare

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