- Kevin Wesley dumped Christianity in 2017 and lost his job as a result
- The father of six married two women after shifting to an ancient African religion
- Wesley admitted that his wives sometimes get jealous but that is a normal human emotion
- Kevin and his base live under one roof and often hang out together
After Kevin Wesley left Christianity and gave up on the religion, he started practising an ancient African religion. His newly found faith was followed by two wives who seemed to give him purpose and drive.
The father of six, who also happens to be a grandpa, told his fans through Instagram that his two women sometimes get jealous of one another. Kevin who has been pictured multiple times embracing both his ladies and loving upon them in public said any human is bound to get jealous.
The dad also added he has a lot of love to give and lives with both his ladies under one roof.The ex-pastor claimed his women love each other and accept one another but are bound to butt heads from time to time.
Kevin said being in a marriage that has two wives challenged him to think differently and be willing to care about other people’s feelings.
“When you can separate your emotions and old programming from new concepts, there can be something beautiful on the other side,” he wrote.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a polyamorous woman showing off her two husbands. While it is common to see men marry more than one woman, especially in many African societies, it isn't every day one sees a woman married to two men and living with them peacefully too.
An American woman identified as Kenya Stevens recently left jaws hanging after she took to social media to show off her two husbands. In the caption, she described them as her life partners and explained that the love she feels for each of them is different but that they live in peace.
She also revealed that she has two sons with them. She shared a photo with both men while listing their similarities and differences.
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