- A lady whose name and nationality are withheld has flaunted the 19 different lovers she has had in 15 countries
- Part of the list is a gentleman from Jamaica who fathered her kids and two ladies, one of whom comes from Nigeria
- It is interesting to note that four of the men in question are from Ghana
A lady who appears to be in her mid or late 30s has flaunted her 19 lovers from 15 different countries as part of Valentine's Day celebrations.
In the thread of photos sighted by Briefly.co.za on the Facebook handle of Seen Somewhere, the woman whose name and nationality are hidden disclosed details of how she met all her lovers.
Out of the 19 different personalities she has been with, one of them is the father of her children, two of them are ladies and the rest are men from different countries.
See all the 19 men in the photos below:
The list of men and their nationalities include Dominican (Brazil), Steve (Benin), a gentleman (Tanzania), Tarzan (Peru), a gentleman (Ghana), Yuki (Kenya), and a man (Panama City).
The others are Madingo (Guinea) Sam and Promise (Ghana), a driver (Ghana), a gentleman (Senegal), an unnamed thief (Cuba), an unnamed man (Cuba), a man (England), and the last man named Mikey.
Aside from this list are two ladies, one of whom comes from Nigeria named Trini, and the father of her kids who resides in Jamaica.
In an equally captivating report, a beautiful young lady has been captured in a video hiding her wedding ring after a stranger who appears to be in a bigger car asked if she was married.
In the footage sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal Twitter handle of @Iam_kwesijaee, the young woman actually responded no to the question when she suddenly realized her ring was on display.
She quickly made attempts to put the ring out of sight, but it was too late for her as the gentleman who asked the question had already seen it and apologized for talking to her.
As was expected, tons of men on social media came out to speak up regarding the observation in the video.
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