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Sister busted pok!ing brother-in-law, recorded and video goes viral on social media

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Sister busted pok!ing brother-in-law, recorded and the video goes viral on social media. 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. And it seems the trend is not stopping. Women are cheating left, right and centre.

Just last week we have posted more than1 articles of cheating scandals which are all involving married women. And the serious one or the one that made the hit was that of a woman identified as Mai Prince who was caught bonking her married neighbour’s husband, Baba Theresa, at a lodge in Harare by her husband and her lover’s wife.

Now we have a fresh one that is circulating on WhatsApp of a sister who was having an extramarital affair with her sister’s husband. In the video, we can hear the sister who was cheated on saying that, her sister came in and pretended to be living with them yet she secretly bonked her hubby. Out of anger the sister the one who owned the hubby got to cut of the hair of her sister using scissors and kicks her out of the house during the night.

Watch the video below

Source – MbareTimes

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More pictures of former Warriors striker Tendai Ndoro and his new flame. The former Warriors and Orlando Pirates strike is having a blast of his life as far as his love life is going. He seems to be happy and in a better place than before as he is crazily and head over heels in love with his new flame.

Tendai Ndoro and bae

He posted pictures of himself and his new lover a few weeks ago and it seems he is not stopping gushing about his new love. He has just posted new…continue reading.

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