Former side chick who said she could get whatever married guy she liked teaches women how to prevent their husbands from adultery.

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A lady who used to be a side chic and said there was no man she desired and did not get is now educating women about how to protect their men from cheating.

The woman said that while she was still living a sinful life, she could have any married man she liked, even religious ones.

She and the other women in her clique realised that any man wants something, so they set out to discover the thing he lacks and give it to him 100% of the time, and the man eventually falls for them.

 

She clarified that after raising children, women become excessively occupied, and as a result, most married men do not get their wife’s undivided attention.

 

So, even though the woman gives the guy 90% of herself, the side chicks find the 10% that is absent and fill the hole in the man’s existence.

 

She went on to say that “no one is beyond adultery,” and she urged married women to appeal to the Holy Spirit for advice on how to keep their husbands from cheating on them.

 

 

See her tweets below:

 

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating

Repentant former side chic, who said she could get any married man she wanted, tells women how to stop their husbands from cheating


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