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Holy Ten Marries Kimberly Richards

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Holy Ten Marries Kimberly Richards

Zimbabwean rapper Holy Ten, whose real name Mukudzei Chitsama, and Kimberly Richards have officially announced they are now husband and wife.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that Holy Ten paid US$15 000 as the bride price for his fiancée in Bulawayo.

It has also been rumoured that Kimberly is pregnant and expecting the couple’s first child.

Social media personality Tawona Knight Shadaya has warned the rapper that the marriage will not last more than five years.

Shadaya referred to Kimberly as an “it girl” (IT) a phrase used to describe a young woman who is well-known because she goes to the most fashionable places and events and knows famous people. Wrote Shadaya:

Marrying an “IT” girl never ends well As MacG said no one in their right mind marries “IT” girls When you marry an “IT” girl, it’s NOT: “Till d€ath do us apart” BUT: “Till money or fame runs out” 5yrs max age, of such marriages Don’t try to turn a ho3 into a housewife.

As a man, if you don’t yet understand that a w0man’s value is in her past & that marrying a refurbished ho3, when you’ve achieved some level of financial success or fame, then you’ve earned your right to be fxcked, cause you will be. Only a matter of WHEN not IF. Learn or perish!

You lot come here & accuse me of being a h8ter, when you don’t even have the facts. Here are the facts: -she is a single mom. Yes she is, why try to succeed were another man failed. The baby daddy will always be in the picture. And your 1st child is her 2nd child.

Shadaya also claimed that Kimberly was married against cultural norms as the marriage ceremony was allegedly conducted at her maternal uncle’s place. He said:

Her own mother is also a single mom. Don’t you see a pattern here. How can sh€ make a good wife when sh€ never saw her own mother being one -she got married at her sekuru’s place (hanzvadzi ya mai, excluding her paternal relatives) That’s a taboo in African culture

So let’s be honest, if any of you would be okay, be it a relative or friend, to marry such a woman & into such a family? We all know the answer to that, so yes I’m cool being called a h8ter speaking facts. Learn OR perish!!!

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