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WIFE JUMPS ON HUSBANDS CAR BONNET AS HE DROVE OFF WITH HIS SIDE CHICK

A woman in South Africa recently took the “till death do us part” vows a bit too far after she was filmed clinging to the windscreen of her husband’s car as he drives off with another woman suspected to be his side chick.

It is not uncommon to find bizarre reactions to cases of cheating, but this South African woman caused quite a stir when she clung to the windscreen of her hubby’s car, screaming at him as he drove through the busy traffic.

This did not deter the cheating husband as he still started the car and began to move, but he underestimated the resolve of his wife who then moved up to the windscreen for support with the car in motion. The incident occurred on Tsamaya Road, in Mamelodi, Pretoria, South Africa and a footage of it was posted on Facebook by Norah Pitje.

“This woman found her man with his side chick,” she wrote.

“She somehow jumped on the car and the idiot man protecting his side chick so badly drove with her on his bonnet.”

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"I would sell more books in Nigeria if I say I’m no longer a feminist" - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Renowned Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie sat down for a chat with UK Guardian Emma Brockes, in Baltimore suburbs, where she lives with her Nigerian-American husband.

The 39-year-old opened up about her letter-turned book, Dear Ijeawele, which she wrote in order to reclaim the word Feminism from its abusers and misusers, to lay down in plain English her beliefs about child-raising, to debunk the idea that "feminism is hot'.

The 'brave and 'honest' young man, who during a writing workshop in Lagos last year, told her he 'wasn't sure of his love for her anymore since she started this "feminism and gay things" and of course, her 'fierce and strong-willed 15 months old daughter, who to her annoyance, looks much more like her husband.

  

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