By Staff Reporter
Money, booze, presents and mind-boggling sex had been always on the agenda in this relationship.
That’s how Vundlani Mwandzule described his relationship that started during lockdown level five with his sugar mama.
Vundlani is 25-years-old. His lover is 42 years old. That is two years younger than his mother Thandazile Tshikhathali, who is 44.
Vundlani said he has been having the time of his life since March 2020, just before the country went into hard lockdown.
“We met at a drinking place in River Park, on the outskirts of Alexandra township,” he said.
“We exchanged numbers and our relationship developed like wildfire during level five lockdown, and soon I started visiting her at her house in Lombardy near Edenvale.
He said every time he visited her, she made sure that she bought him a lot of booze and he got drunk.
“After the booze, it’s all about sex. All night long,” said Vundlani.
Vundlani recalled a situation where he refused to have sex with his lover because he was tired, and she threatened to cut his manhood with a razorblade.
“I had to give her sex and a lot of it,” he said.
Vundlani said his sugar mama has been taking him to expensive places and restaurants.
“Even if we have alcohol in the house, she would still take me out,” he said.
But now things have turned ugly.
“I am tired. I don’t want her anymore,” he said, but she still wants him.
He said now the woman has started coming to his place. She says she has spent a lot of money on him and she threatens to hurt him.
Vundlani’s mother, Thandazile Tshikhathali, told Scrolla.Africa that her son’s sugar mama has made her life uncomfortable as well.
Thandazile has reported her to their community leader.
“She comes to my house and tells me I’m poor and I must accept that my son is in love with her,” said Thandazile.
“She tells me that she can buy my other children laptops and anything that they want because she has the money.”
Thandazile said that she and her son are considering getting a protection order against her.
The Scrolla.Africa team traced Cecilia (not her real name) who spoke to the team telephonically.
“Wow. I won’t talk about my personal life in the media. I have no comment,” she said.
This article was first published by our sister publication Scrolling.Africa
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