Bonus *** Premium *** Missteps – Chapter One Hundred & Nineteen

I swear Mthobisi’s mother has nothing on the devil; Satan calls her master that’s how evil that woman is.  She hated me with passion and the feeling was mutual.  If I could order lighting from the dude from Limpompo it would be sent to her to hit her every single day for seven days because I’m sure that’s how long it would take to kill the witch and when she dies I would order another one for her grave, just in case she decides to rise again with her anything was possible.  She put the pillow on top of my head and held me down and asked “how does it feel to be on the receiving end?” I screamed, punched and kicked I was not going to let her kill me without a fight the witch was too strong for me and me with drips and everything else on me I had no chance against her, that’s when I knew and accepted that she was going to finish me, [Read more...]

*** Premium *** Missteps – Chapter One Hundred & Eighteen

The nail lady quickly jumped up her sit and pulled She Rocks and said “you can’t beat up a sick woman, what is wrong with you?”  She Rocks shouted “She has lost her mind, hopefully that slap will bring it back.”  My ears were still ringing from that, I decide to shut my mouth because she had all the powers, she was healthy I wasn’t and I could never be able to take her on, not in my condition.  I knew if I said another word this time I would get a proper panel beating from her.  She continued “I am not like you Lee, I do not sleep with people for the sake of just riding a dick and expect no consequences afterwards, I respect myself, your husband and for some stupid reason I respect you too which is why I would not be caught dead in bed with another woman’s husband, I know the same can’t be said about you. [Read more...]

*** Premium *** Missteps – Chapter One Hundred & Seventeen

We heard voices coming from outside my room Mthobisi quickly put the gun away, two gentlemen entered and introduced themselves they were police officers.  They said the nurse had called them to tell them that I had woken up, they wanted to ask me a few questions to which my husband protested saying I was not in a good space, he told them to speak to my doctor and he will explain to them, but the police wouldn’t hear none of that, they asked me questions about where I was and who took me and how I ended up outside our complex all I kept telling them I didn’t know and I didn’t remember.  Eventually they said if I remember something I should give them a call.  They gave me their numbers as they were walking out I asked “is it okay if I go to Cape Town for a few days?”  [Read more...]