Girl Masturbates Endlessly on the Street after having Sex with a Rich Man

I came across this pictures some weeks back, but have been very emotional about blogging this. But on the other hand, I felt the need to reach out to those who have lessons to learn from what they are about to see, that was what gave me the momentum to do blog this.

If you are deeply involved or engrossed in the act and practice of Aristo[ism] [Aristo: A New Name For Prostitution On Campus. Dating an aristo is the latest barometer among campus girls for assessing wealth and position] then learn lessons from this images. Continue reading

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BIZARRE: South African man claims to be Jesus

Phetole Selepe

A 48-year-old man claims to be Jesus and that he came back to save the world.

Phetole Selepe, from Dan village, South Africa, claims he is Jesus Christ and was sent by his ancestors to save the world.

Selepe has been living on the banks of the Letaba River which is located in the Eastern Limpopo Province of South Africa, since 2004, where he performed his rituals.

Although he was arrested more than eight times, the local municipality was unable to evict him. He seems to be “untouchable,” as he claims to be protected by a large water snake.

He thinks he can bring people back from the dead and that one day he will lead his people to Canaan and wash their sins. Selepe, who goes by many different identities, said he used one of his names, Molalatladi, to control the world. Continue reading

SHOCKING: 8-Year-Old Boy Marries 61-Year-Old Woman (with 5 children and a husband)

boy-marries-61-year-old-womanAbout 100 people were witness to a most unusual (and certainly bizarre) wedding at the weekend.

The bride was 61 years old and the groom was an eight-year-old boy! Both families were present at the wedding of Sanele Masilela (8) and Helen Shabangu (61) and the bride’s husband and her five children were also at the wedding in Zimbabwe.

The boy’s aunt, Patience Masilela (46), explained why the wedding took place.

She said: “The boy was named after his late grandfather who never had a white wedding, so the ancestors told the boy to get married and he chose Helen to be his bride. The family took his desire to get married very seriously. They paid  for the bride in March last year and spent a lot on the wedding because they believed it was what the ancestors wanted.” Continue reading