One of the Zimbabwean lesbians caught in bed with another woman by her partner is a nurse who fled Zimbabwe in 2000.
Chido Chalenga who was caught and filmed by her furious partner, Nicky Chigoba frolicking in bed with married Brenda Soko was disowned by her parents in Zimbabwe when they discovered she was a lesbian.
It could not be established if they disowned her while she was still in Zimbabwe or when she started letting her hair down in the UK. Chido has been living an openly gay lifestyle in the UK and met Nicky at a party in Essex. They fell in love and got hitched.
The Sunday Mirror reported about the pair’s relationship in 2009 at the time they hooked up with a gay man to try for a baby. Many Zimbabweans have taken to social networking sites to attack the lesbian pair. Homosexuality is frowned upon in Zimbabwe and many gays have fled the country for the sanctuary of the west.
It was not clear today if the lesbians are still together after the cheating storm or if the married woman is still with her husband. But Nicky has said she was ready to move on.
She said: “When you hold resentment, hate and anger toward another, you are bound to that person or condition by an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.”
The married woman Brenda, who was a member of a woman-only Facebook group called ‘Dandaro NemaGirls’, said: “I am sure you are all aware of what has happened, everything is now in the public eye and and I’m sorry to everyone on the group and the parties involved, my family and close close friends.
“I must take complete responsibility for my actions both public and private… As much as I wanted this to just go away and handle it privately, I can’t.
“It has come out that I had an inappropriate relationship with a friend’s partner, it’s true. I’m sorry for the hurt that has been caused and I take full responsibility. It was wrong… I am human and make mistakes and this is one of them.” NewsDzeZimbabwe
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