If You Call Harems And Polygamy Sinful, You Will Not See Heaven

I taught my three older children this principle, that just because they were born in Britain, a country of Roman culture, it still gives them no right morally, to disrespect their heritage. Polygamy is a black culture, if you want to talk about black history and black culture at its best, you can not do … Continue reading If You Call Harems And Polygamy Sinful, You Will Not See Heaven

Baby, I Am Taking A Third Wife From Zimbabwe, Says My Ashanti King

So about three days ago, the King came and told me that as we make our journey to the North, his Empire will not be complete without a third wife, his secretary. Three is his favorite number, so since the 400 year Revelation and the journey to become King of the North, he has always … Continue reading Baby, I Am Taking A Third Wife From Zimbabwe, Says My Ashanti King

The True Origins Of Bantu Knots And Why Zimbabwean Women Hate Them

So there has been a lot of noise about Adele wearing her hair in Bantu Knots, and a Jamaican flag bikini and the internet went wild over accusations of cultural appropriation. Firstly, Bantu knots are not from Jamaica, they have nothing to do with the culture or country, so I am so confused as to … Continue reading The True Origins Of Bantu Knots And Why Zimbabwean Women Hate Them

Black People Are Justified To Show Off Gold And Wealth On Social Media, Says My King.

One of my husband's cousins called him last week and said, "You need to slow down a bit Nana, and be very careful. Don't show off too much, this year is the year of Covid 19, people have lost their jobs and their lives, and for you this is the year you have taken off, … Continue reading Black People Are Justified To Show Off Gold And Wealth On Social Media, Says My King.

Unless You Treat Your Black Husband Like A King, You Have No Right To Call Him “King”.

I always see black women refer to their black men on social media as "My King". Beyonce even had to do a film called Black Is King, which was celebrated by mostly black women. But my honest truth is I am yet to come across a black husband who is really treated like a King … Continue reading Unless You Treat Your Black Husband Like A King, You Have No Right To Call Him “King”.

Why I Feel Blessed My Husband No Longer Shares A Bed With Me

Yes, it feels really weird not to share a bed with my King every night, but I am so blessed to have my own humble chamber. I started planning this arrangement the moment I fell pregnant. So 3 weeks ago today, on the first of August, exactly on my birthday, I gave birth to my … Continue reading Why I Feel Blessed My Husband No Longer Shares A Bed With Me

My First Polygamy Challenge, So My Handmaid Rebelled

Okay I almost didn't write this blog. But this journey of polygamy has been about honesty and the reality of what it means to live this lifestyle. I believe the 400 year return is about Israel returning back to innocence, and that includes the life of patriarchy. I have had a lot of people ask … Continue reading My First Polygamy Challenge, So My Handmaid Rebelled

Dear Mary-Tamar, How Do You Cope With Sharing Your Man?

Since I went public with my Boaz's journey of looking for a second wife, I have had so many questions sent to me by email or inbox from women who are living secretly in polygamy but are not able to come out in public in fear of persecution from Christians. I find it interesting how … Continue reading Dear Mary-Tamar, How Do You Cope With Sharing Your Man?

Why My Husband Is Looking For A Second Wife And I Am Excited About it

Yes you read the headline right, my Boaz and King is looking for another wife.  And yes he loves me too much and I am the apple of his eyes. But before I go into that, let me just say, on the 1st of August I celebrated my birthday. August is always a very special … Continue reading Why My Husband Is Looking For A Second Wife And I Am Excited About it

Wigs And Weaves, The Embarrassing Madness Of Black Women

I have always been a woman of conviction. I tend to believe what I believe, even though millions of people on this earth may not have the same thought process as me. I have always been like that since I can remember and my convictions have shaped me into the woman I am today. I … Continue reading Wigs And Weaves, The Embarrassing Madness Of Black Women