Pin Code is a brand new muthi on the block. Before probing for the man to get hooked, the woman uses it a few times. One nyatsi appears to have used it on her guy, and he can't get her out of his thoughts. And the 43-year-old married man from Soweto's Slovoville said that whenever he thinks about her, he gets horny.
The man claimed he met the nyatsi in February at an event in Sandton and was immediately drawn to her.
“I've been married for nine years, but I've never had such wonderful sex before. I couldn't get her off my thoughts for a few days after we poked.
“When I think about her, my 4-5 constructs a tent. Even when I'm at home with my wife, it happens. I laugh and tell my wife she's the only person on my thoughts when she asks what's on my mind,” he stated. He claims he feels compelled to visit the nyatsi every day.
“I'm not sure if I should claim I developed affections for this woman because she drives me insane,” he explained.
When he visited her last month, the man said he noticed a small container with a pin code printed on it.
“When I asked her about it, she said it's just something she does to keep evil spirits away from her. I accepted the explanation, but a video about the pin code muthi appeared on social media two weeks ago.
“A woman explained how to utilize this muthi in the video, and I was furious.
“When I asked my nyatsi about it, she stated she was simply trying to spice up our relationship,” he added. He claims he hasn't visited the nyatsi since then, but he can't stop thinking about her.
“I'm sorry my wife has to put up with my poor moods. I can only explain it to her by saying that I had a horrible day at work.
“She notices something is amiss with me, but she isn't sure what it is. He said, "I don't know how to explain this to her."
The man stated that he does not want anything to do with the nyatsi and that whatever she used should be eliminated. He declared, "From now on, I'll be true to my wife." The nyatsi (31), who talked to the Daily Sun, claimed she didn't see anything wrong with it because many women used the muthi.
“I may have used it more than I should have, but he is aware of my feelings toward him. “I don't want to lose him,” she expressed her concern.
She claimed that the man was denying his affections for her. Sangoma Only married persons or those in long-term relationships should utilize such muthi, according to Joseph Dungamanzi.
“Such things can even destroy marriages because some women add extra muthi to ensure the male is completely theirs,” he explained.
He claims that such muthi may be purchased for R20 at any muthi shop. He suggested the married man can talk to him and they'll figure out how to get rid of the muthi.
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