Sexworkers Form Facebook Gossip Group: Targeting Happily Married Men in Limelight

Some well known commercial sex workers and desperate women in the commercial city of Blantyre and Capital City Lilongwe have teamed up to form a facebook gossip group which is aimed at tarnishing the image of married men in the cities through the social media.

The reports are also indicating that the facebook page has blessings of some well known lawyers in town that are salivating to make a killing out of many divorce cases that will surface out of such gossip.

The group which is dubbed M’meto wa Atambwali is being run by Grace Nhlane whose facebook account is Jinx Reece with the assistance of her part-time boyfriend Raynolds.

Since it was established some weeks ago, the group has been posting malicious stories that have sent largely stable marriages into the rocks.

According to one of the members in the group, the group was designed to destroy happily marriages and relations in town especially those of celebrities.

In an interview with Malawi Voice, Nhlane admitted owning the group but refused that it was designed to tarnish men’s image.

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