Sir Wick­nell disses Zim women

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Show­biz Reporter

FLAM­BOY­ANT busi­ness­man, Wick­nell Chivayo, who com­mands a huge fol­low­ing on so­cial me­dia net­work­ing site – Face­book - stirred con­tro­versy on Mon­day when he took a dig at Zim­bab­wean women.

Wick­nell, who is pop­u­lar for brag­ging about his riches on so­cial me­dia, posted an im­age with an al­leged Zulu girl whom he said he wanted to marry. He went on to say he had set­tled for a for­eigner as ladies back home were “ev­ery­where do­ing ev­ery­thing with ev­ery­one” while also call­ing them stub­born and dis­re­spect­ful.

“I’ve fi­nally de­cided to marry this South African girl from the vil­lage. We had a good dis­cus­sion, but she asked me why I couldn’t marry back home.

“I said ‘I think most of our Zim­bab­wean girls are very dis­re­spect­ful and stub­born, as a mat­ter of prin­ci­ple no wealthy man wants a girl that’s ev­ery­where do­ing ev­ery­thing with ev­ery­one. I’m at­tracted to in­tel­li­gence,” posted Wick­nell.

He added: “I said to her, don’t get me wrong, the light skin and a per­fectly crafted body will cer­tainly get my at­ten­tion, but sooner or later, I’ll get bored with it and I al­ways do. I need you to out­smart me. Make me feel like I can learn some­thing from you and grow with you.

“I told her if you do that, then you can have me for­ever.”

Af­ter read­ing his post, dis­grun­tled ladies did not waste time and gave Wick­nell a piece of their mind.

“You for­got to say, and the Zim­bab­wean girls don’t want to marry you ei­ther,” posted one Pam Kay.

“Shame, think­ing you’re brag­ging when ac­tu­ally ev­ery­one is laugh­ing at you. For your own in­for­ma­tion, we Zim­bab­wean ladies are independent women who work hard and earn our own money so that we don’t have to stoop so low and get in­volved with peo­ple like you.

“Money doesn’t give you the right to down trod peo­ple like that. Grow up dude and stop be­hav­ing like a small boy,” wrote Nothando Malinga.

Oth­ers thanked the pur­ported Zulu girl for sav­ing them by tak­ing Wick­nell whom they de­scribed as “use­less” as he is over­weight.

“We don’t want him here. The Zulu girls can have him and never bring him back. He can re­lo­cate to South Africa or any other coun­try for that mat­ter and no one would even no­tice his ab­sence.

“Go well fatty. Maybe it’s just about what girl would be will­ing to have a man that size on top of her for a life­time . . .” posted Tariro Daphne.

Oth­ers sim­ply re­minded Wick­nell not to dis­re­spect women as if they are busi­ness ten­ders.

“Please, don’t dis­re­spect our moth­ers and sis­ters, they’re not ten­ders.”

Sir Wick­nell and his Zulu girl­friend

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