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
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”.
Last night one of my very faithful readers from the USA posted a comment and a link of a popular forum that is currently discussing my journey of being a plural wife to my King husband. She is one reader I always look forward to reading her comments, a few weeks ago, she even said she … Continue reading Dear Black American Women From Lipstick Alley, My Husband Does Not Use Juju To Attract Women
Since I wrote about my Boaz's desire for a PA who will also be his third wife, a few women have written expressing interest to become my husband's PA. In this journey we believe that it is God who is leading us, so because of the level of interest, we thought it would be better … Continue reading Applications To Be Considered To Be My Husband’s Third Wife And PA Now Open
In the black community, most well to do black men, even the middle class ones, when they do a little well in life, they feel like they need more women, or at least another woman. These women are what we call side chicks. These black women are happy to be second best to men, like … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why “Side Chicks” Are Happier And More Blessed Than Main Wives
Dear Nomazulu Thata I recently read an article in Bulawayo News 24 where you were saying I am in an abusive marriage to my Ghanaian husband and I should leave my marriage and come back to Zimbabwe. As an Activist and Politician I have always admired, I was greatly disappointed that as an elder, you … Continue reading Jean, Come Back Home To Zimbabwe and Leave Your Ghanaian Husband, My Response To Activist Nomazulu Thata
So Boaz been feeling quite under the weather lately, flues and colds in winter are never kind to him, he's never got used to British weather, I guess no can really. Even 5 years ago when I met him, he was battling a cold and sore throat as he performed on stage. Every winter, he … Continue reading The Struggles Of Co-Wives, Fighting To Heal The King From ‘Man Flu’
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
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?
Okay, so I have been getting comments on my blog from "Christians" who believe that polygamy is a sin. They also have their own interpretation of the scripture I used, Isaiah 4:1 – “Seven women shall take hold of one man saying we will eat our own food, we will buy own clothes, only what we … Continue reading The God Of Israel Has Never Had A Problem With Polygamy