A Nigerian woman on Facebook narrated a rather intriguing tale of how she got into a nasty fight with 2 scantily clad ladies in her ex-fiance’s house
The lady, identified as Ada Uchenna told a story of how her ex, whom she described as loving and caring but a bit problematic on the chastity side of things, swept her off her feet and how she visited him one day only to meet other ladies whom she engaged in a fight with.
Her lengthy post can be read below:
So I fought with two girls over my ex fiancée
Yes, you heard me right. Some of the things you think you cannot do, wait till ara ahụ akpọrọ lọvụ ka ọ gba gị… Then you’ll know for sure your limit and self control capacity.
All through my teenage, early adult life, relationships were something I never gave thoughts to. I loved once and I knew how emotionally messy I can be when I love. Anyway that was then, when I thought that love is all about emotions and how I feel. (note, love have little or nothing to do with emotions. It is a deliberate act).
When I was writing my junior waec, a boy desperately fell in love with me. Pure unadulterated love. He asked for nothing in return. He fought my battles, coached me, built a solid foundation from which I was able to note genuine love from afar. He made me realize that a man can wait for you if he truly sees a future with you. That any man that asks you for s3x in a place of proving how much you love him is a fraud. Kai, Igwebuike taught me plenty things oo. I owe him a lot but yadiba.
So, when Igwe’s parents refused us from being together because I had no father, I decided to lock my heart and face my studies. During these period, I met good, bad and the ugly men. Some I liked, some I just wanted their money, while some even wanted s3x with. Well, university came and went. By now I’ve had many suitors, some I wanted to marry but they could not deal with my strong personality, some I didn’t want to marry but was almost pushed to and some I had mixed feelings for.
Immediately a girl is about 25, society begins to count years for her like life depends on getting married and breeding children.
Just like each of us, I wanted to be called Mrs sombori, ehen nụ. Ka akpọm nwunye mmadụ. Fortunately I met and passed 25 without getting married. So, in 2016 I met this my Ex. He was a sweet boy. A very caring handsome young dude bubbling with big dreams which I wanted to be a part of. His major weakness is that he is a Public P3nis. He swayed me off my feet that within 3 months I already said yes to his proposal. I left town for a few months job training, just to come back to lots of drama.
Initially when we started, I told him I am team no S3x before proper marriage, he thought he would use the engagement to get in between my legs, unfortunately it didn’t work for him. So we started having some petty arguments. During one of the arguments I threw his ring back at him and called it over. The next day, when I was stable, I went to his house, only to meet two girls half naked. I didn’t even say a word. I went to kitchen to prepare food, after which I took my bath, wore his shirt and came to the living room. By now it was already night and the girls were not even shaking body to go. I politely asked them to go that I have some things to discuss with my man and it is getting late. That they can come back next day to continue their gist.
Before I knew what was happening… These two young ladies descended on me, ha tirim don’t be silly. Ha kụrụ mụ iheka nwatakịrị. They made me understood that my Ex is not yet legally married to me and so they have equal rights as me to be in his house.
When these ladies where pounding me like Akpụ, my supposed love of my life was doing absolutely nothing. He was forced to act when neighbors came and knocked so as to separate us. By then, ụmụ ọgbanje a ejirilam gwọọ abacha.
Two days later, one of the girls that fought me, one of if the Girls that my ex claimed he has nothing to do with her packed into his house.
Well, he was f*cking her in the night and was begging me in the day to not give up on him. To accept him back. Mana obi gbawaram. I love extremely and I hate Extremely too. I don’t have a middle ground for love and hate. It’s either I love you or not.
Well, that was how it ended sha.
Why did I tell you this story? I made a post yesterday stating that women are not supposed to fight other women over their men. Many women concurred and stated vehemently how they can never stoop so low. Mana Kam gwa unu eziokwu, you will never know what you can do until you are exposed to a situation.
Women that fight other women because of their men are not entirely bad or wrong. If you are to be in their shoes, trust me you may do worst. Most times it is out of anger and jealous. This is why emotional maturity is required for you before you think of getting involved in a relationship or even marriage. For instance, the guy I am currently banging, if he eventually thinks he wants to cheat, it is his loss. I have plenty things outlined for me to achieve other than dying for a less deserving public p*nis. But eventually if I let it go, then mind you, I too will be strafing other d*cks… Whether intentionally or not. So if he cannot taste the food he serves, he better not cook it.
Ladies, it is true we love and trust even those who do not deserve us, please no man is worth your fight. Even your husband. If he loved you, he will put in efforts to avoid falling into temptation of cheating on you. Do not be carried away with the lies that men can cheat and still love their wives. It is a big lie. Stop suffering the emotional abuse. If you cannot cheat back, please use the exit door instead of fighting your fellow woman over your wayward husband.
By the way, I support the law of an eye for an eye, if he cheats with a Girl and you don’t want to leave, cheat back with a better d*ck. Cheating is not gender specific. I can supply you as many d*cks as you want. That you cheated on him does not mean you are a bad mother or an irresponsible wife