The South African lady in her tweets, said she will be smacking her future husband’s mistress for numerous reasons, which includes bringing drama to her home. Her tweets reads;
If ever I was married now and my husband had a mistress. I’d smack her. I’m going to smack her! I promise you! Don’t even @ me.
I’m smacking you because you knew he’s married. I’m smacking you cause you bringing drama into my home. I’m smacking you because you gonna make my family sick because what guarantees me that you not fvcking other men also. Listen. I’m smacking you for numerous reasons.
This is not my boyfriend. This is a whole entire husband. Ke go jesa thupa!!!! Thinking about it, I’m even getting mad. Mmmm nka mo jesa thupa maan.
However some of her followers who reacted to the tweet, told her that her fight should be directed to her husband, not his mistress. Here are some of the responses below;
This is coming after a Durban woman who divorced her husband after he had an extra-marital affair, sued his “mistress” for the emotional distress caused by the break-up of their 28-year marriage Helena Greyling divorced her husband, Jochemus Greyling, after she learnt of the affair between him and Beverley Walker, a secretary at Barlow World in New Germany.
Greyling sued Walker for R80 000 in damages, for the emotional and personal distress as a result of the adulterous relationship. In court papers, Greyling said Walker had at all times been aware that Jochemus was a married man.
She said Walker wrongfully and unlawfully alienated the affection of her husband, by “enticing” him to desert her (Greyling) and commit adultery. Walker, in response, denied the allegations that she enticed Jochemus. While she admitted having a relationship with him, she said his marriage had “irretrievably” broken down before she began her relationship with Jochemus.