Stunner a gold digger — Wife

HARARE - Desmond ‘‘Stunner’’ Chideme’s less than one-year-old marriage is on the rocks after his wife, Olinda Chapel, slammed the urban grooves artiste labelling him a “worthless gold digger” bent on using her resources to bed teenage girls.

Pouring her heart out on social media yesterday, United Kingdom-based Chapel laid bare her relationship with the 36-year-old flamboyant musician saying she was even prepared to undergo slimming surgery to please him but realised that all her efforts were misplaced.

The two married in April last year but it seems the relationship has not been far from controversy, with Olinda claiming that Stunner still texts and receives calls from his ex — Pokello.

“Desmond walks around as this person that has made it. Ndini nda dai so, ndini nda dai so (I achieved this and that) but the Audi he is driving I paid for it,” Chapel said sobbingly.

“...every car he has been driving this year (last year) I paid for it. For him to do his album launch I paid for it,” she claimed, adding that “I am not mad, I am not crazy”.

“I flew in all these guys (for the album launch), drinks were free that night, I was the one paying for it. I was being told this guy is being a gold digger but I refused saying no he is not,” Chapel said.

“I stood by that man. And I just thought the world misunderstood him...only for him to take me through this…he is pleasing some 18-year-old…And I am just there, I am working day and night. I am here...thinking I have a family, I have a husband and kids to look after…you guys don’t understand the pain I am feeling…why would he do this to me?”

“Now he scolds me and I ask what I have done wrong. I have never cheated. And I get this at the end of the day.”

“You know what, my business is not affected by Facebook. I can deactivate my account and my life goes on. I am not bothered. But his (Chideme’s) life revolves around social media. I almost died a few weeks ago trying to have weight loss because he was bothered by comments that your wife is fat. Your wife is this.

“I have tried everything to make this man happy but he brings girls to sleep with them in my house.

“Whoever knows Desmond tell him to bring back my car…my phones…and I shall leave him the way I found him.”

Chideme was not available for comment as his mobile phone was unreachable.

Comments (1)

This woman is rightly hurting and angry at her husband, but the most terrible thing about it is the name calling and fat shaming that goes on in our country. People must understand that obesity is complex, and driven by many factors among them diet and lack of exercise. On the other hand, she has to take responsibility for materially enabling the husband by buying a lot of things to try and make him happy. I think if love is not based on the true affection for the other person, then it is a lost cause. Looks and materials change in life, but if love is based on connection then it shall endure. It is clear that in this situation, that is not the case. Its hard for anyone to air thier dirty laundry in public and for this woman to have done so the way she did means she is hurting. Society should learn to forgive even when the situation suggests that we should not. I know that I am a flawed human being, and am certain I am not alone in that category. What differs is the magnitude and type of each of our flaws. We need more love and less hate. We need compassion and less blame. We need to support each other and less tearing each apart. Tsumo inoti seka urema wafa is insightful

gudo - 6 January 2017

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