Being able to cut twice from the same man—once as a wife and once as a side chick—takes a cunning wife. However, a Kenyan woman has succeeded in pulling off this extraordinary accomplishment for an entire year.
In the Kenyan version of "Tell It All," the woman, Nyakisumu Kelly, revealed that her husband was about to figure out her ruse and that she needed guidance on what to do if she wanted to keep stealing his money as a side chick.
"I've been dating my spouse online for a year, but he has no idea. He sends me my rent each month because he is aware that I live in Mombasa. He claims that the Westgate terrorist attack killed his wife. He has complete faith in me since every time I ask him to send me money, he does it without hesitation, she said.
However, the husband is now prepared to meet the "sidechick" and undoubtedly chop her down, but Kelly is seeking counsel because she cannot meet him without her lie being found out.
See her tale below and assist this legendary woman in continuing to cut her hubby 'double-double'.
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