Zimbabwe, is at odds with a woman for denying responsibility of the
child he allegedly sired with her.
According to H-Metro, he impregnated the married woman, Mrs.
Moreblessing Bore, and the latter wanted the pregnancy aborted forcing
her to approach the church elders.
Mrs. Moreblessing packed her belongings leaving her husband in Marondera
and is reported to have leaked her WhatsApp conversations with Tafadzwa
after the latter denied responsibility and they are circulating among
church members, sources told H-Metro.
“Tafadzwa impregnated a married woman and church leaders are aware of
this but no action is being taken, arikungoimba mupraise and worship
team, anoitiimbira chii.
“Moreblessing left the country out of shame and is believed to have
leaked her WhatsApp conversations with Tafadzwa,” said the source.
birthday after I met him in Bulawayo. I have since accepted rejection
and let it go but I was hurt by his advice to abort the pregnancy and
this forced me to leave my husband.”
church leaders about his intention to abort and they failed to handle
the issue forcing me to leave the country.
“I am not the one who leaked the WhatsApps reported to be circulating at
their church services, one of the elders might have leaked them since I
shared the conversations with them.
“My husband has since passed away, if you may leave the story because I
have since accepted rejection and decided to move on Mwari anomuchengeta
“If you got our last year conversations let me send you the current
WhatsApp conversations and read that he is still pestering to have s*x
with me when he is denying to look after the baby,” she said.
Tafadzwa confirmed enjoying his birthday by having s*x with Mrs
Moreblessing but said the child is not his and was prepared for DNA
“This lady came and caused a scene at our
church service and my elders are aware of this and I regret spoiling my
day by having s*x with her,” said Tafadzwa.
“She is loose that I failed to resist her. As for the baby, I will never look after it, I even told her this in front of my sisters,” Tafadzwa insisted.