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Saturday, September 05, 2020

Saturday In House Gists- 'Charmed' Into Friendship/Marriage

 Do you believe in love charms?Does it really work?Have you been charmed into love or Marriage?Did it wear off?Have you ever charmed anyone into love or friendship?Did it wear off or you needed to keep renewing it?












A BV says.....


Stella i woke up and found out i had married the lady i broke up with and we have Children......I have been quiet because I am still in shock..I have been checking and asking to find out how and when this Marriage happened cos i dont even remember anything and i definitely do not love her...I am sure she used love charm on me''


Is there any man or woman who suddenly WOKE up to find out they are in a love situation they are not aware of?

As for me,I am sorry but i do not believe this love charm thing works up to the extent of being blind folded into marriage.....Do you?

Lets gist!!!

121 comments:

  1. I once heard a story of a guy that married an older woman. They had two kids and were together for a long time until, the guy woke up one day and said he couldn't remember getting married to her. He walked out of the marriage, no amount of begging and family meeting could make him change his mind. The marriage ended.

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    1. My late mother was 'charmed' into marrying my father. The story goes that my mother in her younger years already had a boyfriend whom she went Uni with. They were both young and hopelessly in love with each other.
      Then my father who was 20years older came into the picture. At first, he wasn't bold enough to go approach my mother; so he went to see my grandmother (my mother's mother) who then tried to manipulate my mother to break things off with her then BF. But my mother was so adamant she wasn't leaving him. So, grandma visited numerous witch doctors and 'tied' my father and mother together. Of course my father was very aware of steps taken by Grandma.
      And before you ask... Yep, my parents had a turbulent marriage. He was always gone and hated all of us his children and my mother.

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    2. My mother woke up one day demanding to know why she was in my father's house and who we (my siblings and I were?)
      Her father intervened, insisting she stayed with my father which she did until she died
      And yes, her school lover whom she was separated from (using juju) came looking for her when I was a child; I remember seeing him.. He'd relocated to America but never got over my mother according to him

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    3. Happened to my cousin...she got pregnant and he decided to marry her. But in the process of iju ese, heard so many things about her. He is Igbo and she is Edo and her mum was a strong witch and already seen his future and instead of her to keep quiet, she told him.

      Nna...the boy pick race. Only for her to visit and they knacked again and that was how he saw himself getting married to her. He got himself after the birth of the 2nd child. He ran out of the country and comes back once in awhile. Now she uses the children to get back at him. He will pay for expensive school meanwhile, the kids were attending cheap schools. Said so many lies about him to them especially when he got married to someone else. Very pretty dark lady but she refused to move on...wants my cousin at any cost.

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    4. I had a friend that claimed a guy charmed her. She said she never liked him and turned down his advances only to 'wake up one day and realise she was dating him. She said it took serious prayers and deliverance to break the relationship and the guy later apolprized to her for doing it. I found it difficult to believe the story.

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    5. Hmmmmm, I had double mind writing this story but on a second thought , I made up my mind to write it. My brother is a deliverance pastor...our former neighbor called him to help her pray and deliver her children from witchcraft. My brother obeyed conducted deliverance for the children in their living room and they were delivered. And he prayed for my lovely neighbor...very pretty ...joyous lady...we call her my aunty... And aunty eyes opened and she told my brother what is she doing here....flash back people.... this pretty lady used to work in the bank , and a basket baller...the toast of her village, she married a security man in NEPA. S he asked my brother what will she do now that her eyes are opened, my brother was in his early 20s...he advice her to continue since she has 4kids already. He kept it from everybody...he told me about it like 2years ago. This happened like 20years ago. Another case...he also prayed for a bike man in Ikorodu that was drunk and the my eyes opened . The man started crying ...what is he doing in Nigeria...that he is a well known prince in Benin Republic and that he is the heir to the throne of his kingdom, that what he can remember was that his father the king died and he is supose to be the next ruler. I guess he was sent on exile spiritually. He kept kneeling down to thank My brother. Open his shirt showing them the tattoos on his body that shows his a prince. My brother called me and gave me the gist, even him shock to his bone that things like this dey happen. This happened 2years ago.

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    6. My best female friend in Uni told me, a woman came to her mum's church for counseling and prayers. What was the issue? Her husband suddenly woke up one day and starting shouting what he is doing here, who is she and the kids? He beat her up. But when she went back to the Baba that did the love charm, she found out he was dead. So she came to renewal the charm, imagine?

      My friend's mum told her they don't do renewal of such.

      Read another one here, of a woman admitting to her kids of slipping charm into the drink of her husband. The charm weaned 50 years later.

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  2. It happens and stay woke,y'all

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    1. This one happened in my kolokoko eyes. We went to anambra state for traditional wedding as a caterer. As we are digging the ground to put the canopy, the guy dig out tied cloth ..na so wahala start. The girl's father started shouting...who are you people?, What are you people doing in my house? Where is my wife Catherine?. Catherine is the young lady the man wanted to marry before he married the presnpr wife that Born 5 grown up sons and daughters. The man kept shouting that he it was Cathrine he married not the other woman. Na so traditional marriage cancelled. We carried our cooking items and went back to lagLa. We later hear that the woman confessed that she got the juju in Edo state

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    2. Was charmed into a relationship for about a year and half.. Long story! Kings be careful out there, it is what it is

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  3. Let me read comments. This will be interesting

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  4. I believe that it happens but no matter the lies the truth will always catch up.

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  5. Let me go anonymous. She was the one that approached my brother now she has vowed that nobody will come between them. My people didn't accept her and we prayed about their union and got confirmation she's not my brother's wife. She came spiritually to warn my sister to back off from the prayers she's praying for their matter.
    The most annoying thing is that the couple are not compatible. Always breaking up and making up and her dad vowed the daughter must marry a rich man that will take them out from poverty and they hooked my brother. Now my brother doesn't respect anyone again because of that girl and again she's cheating on him with her ex which she admitted but bro is being jazzed and still taking shit from her.

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    1. Forgot to add that she's forcing my brother to impregnate her so that she won't be rejected. She thinks pregnancy can keep a man.
      Shes not even his spec. He had always wanted tall ladies but this one is very short and ugly. See brother that schooled abroad is dating someone that is not educated. Totally not his kind of girl.

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    2. Why are most sister in-laws like this?. Why?. Can't someone marry your brother in peace without attributing it to jazz. Before you come for me. Remember you are a woman. You are either married to a man who has sisters or will get married to a man who has sisters. Have you sat down one day and imagined if your sister -in-laws insulate the things you are insulating about your brothers wife. Please lets learn to love our brothers wife. Na them and their children go answer our nee surname oo.

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    3. Imagine. All it takes is one day for that charm to fade.
      May God preserve your brother.

      Sluttychic.

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    4. 😲😱

      God pls protect my brothers.

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    5. Gbam! Zaram you catch am, something is off, she sounds like that petty sister-in-law. I am not buying this one, something is off, them no like the lady wey their brother want marry.

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    6. Zaram go and sit down. Didn't you read where she said her sis Inlaw is cheating on her husband? If na your brother, you go take am? Nor be only insulate. "insinuate"

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    7. Zaram and you think she doesn't have proof that her brother is jazzed?
      Any girl that tries this shit with my brothers will have me to contend with.

      Anon, pls keep fighting for your brother till he regains his senses. Don't give up!

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    8. My uncle nearly get trapped with all his shady walks,a lady hung herself on him,she turned family house to her classroom,she refused going to class always indoor for sex,there was time we had a burial ceremony,she packed her friends and her mum to the event,her mum came marking territory for her,the mum was busying snapping pictures in our family parlour.
      Anytime she was to brag, she'll say no body can chase her from my uncle inasmuch her mum is still alive, with serious prayer aunty is nowhere to be found.
      I don't pity my uncle either, he's the Randy type

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    9. Zaram and Tiana, may your sons and brothers be caught in this situation and you will know how painful it is seeing your once loving brother going against his parents because of a girl that is not worth it. I know what I'm saying. The evidences are there. For your info they are not yet married.

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    10. May your curses return to you, can you see what you wrote that a human being like you is not worth it. My sister you are not the judge of who is worth it and may I add, it not every time a parent knows what is best for their children cos they are human. We reacted cos of the way you wrote. Btw you sound like a terrible sister-in-law.

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    11. Zaram are u okay at all? Let me tell u these things are real. Is dat not how one girl dat works in beer parlour wanted to hook my friends senior bro by force. D guy said he doesnt even remember how he slept with her. Next thing this girl is pregnant. The guy so much hates her and d girl is now living with his parents in lekki to wean d baby boy. Do u know after weaning this girl n her mother refuse to leave.
      They have said dey will takecare of d baby but dis girl wants to marry by force. Someone dat isnt educated.
      I blame all dese men when dey wont seat one place. That is why dey can charm dem.

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    12. You better do 12 am prayer for 7days with dry fast if not e go take 608 yrs for your brother eye to clear this is no joke

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    13. Beds and roses, so after weaning, the girl should leave her baby for them and go?
      There's no manner of wickedness I won't read on this blog.

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    14. My sons and brothers will NEVER be jazzed because l did not jazz anyone and will never. @Beds and Roses. Yes l am very OK. I said what l said because of the way the poster described the lady. We don't have any right to look down on any one. I am beautifully made by the grace of God but l don't look down or describe anyone in a derogatory manner. I have ladies who hate their brothers wives for selfish reasons. May God help all of us.

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    15. @ Zaram, hmmm, we women have problem. Sometimes we hate ourselves for no reason. Once our brothers bring home a girl to marry, drama starts. We start scrutinizing and expecting her to be perfect.

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    16. ZARAM write your own story or comment without countering another person's.

      Are you and Tiana in that Anon's family?!!!

      That's how my late uncle's wife snuck into the family, caused his early death and destroyed a once prosperous family that was the pride of my hometown because they helped everyone.

      But the wicked does not go unpunished. She and her children are suffering untold hardships year on year.

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    17. Beds and Rose's, so because she's not educated she doesn't deserve love?
      Na wa?
      The guy in question, didn't he know he was putting his kini in the kini of an uneducated girl?
      Is her mission in life to give birth and leave the baby?
      Women are truly their own enemies.
      Instead of you to trash the guys attitude, you're here supporting.
      Tufiakwa

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  6. There was this very pretty lady in my village then. Beautiful, tall, slender, round eyes and had a very beautiful caramel skin. She was the envy of all other women. When she passes, eyes would turn.

    Then, it happened! We just woke up one day to see her getting married to one man like that. Mr Onyema had nothing to his name. While other able-bodied men tilled the ground till dusk, Onyema would be sleeping or lazying about. Never went to farm, never sold anything in the market. All he does is, bathe in the morning, spray hausa perfume and gallivante round the whole village. Then, boom! He wanted to marry this woman. She was even the one running to him. The parents would go to Onyema's house, drag her out or sometimes beat her up. For where? She's still go back. No kobo was paid on her head. Her parents got tired of dragging her back to the house, so they let her be. She became the bread winner. She started selling ice fish, okro and a few vegetables. Onyema suddenly became robust. 🀣🀣 He still didn't change.

    The day the spell broke ehn? Village scattered. She already had 3 children for him. They said she was fetching water from the well, then it was as if something fell off her eyes.

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  7. Its stressful abeg...you running from one mamalawo to one babalawo to keep someone who doesn't like u....are u mad?

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  8. I think happens, people can go to any length to achieve their heart desires.That's why everyone needs to prayerful and not be ignorant of the devices of the devil. Let me read comment

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  9. When I did my NYSC in the north, we were warned to be careful of Men there. We were told in the lodge of a particular corper who was charmed and married this hausa man in just few months of meeting him . Her family was not even present .Even when her parents eventually came, she insulted them and refused to follow them back. She became a point of reference for other serving female corpers.
    I have heard other stories as well.

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    1. I served in Bauchi and we were told the same story.

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    2. I served in damaturu. We were also told the same story. hmm!

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    3. Why are northerners so fetish abeg

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    4. I was almost trapped in kano....Oh my God I thank you so much.in fact mine was even a teacher in the same school that I served,those people i fear them especially those ones that wears ring that has red dot on top.

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    5. I was born and bred in the North. It happened to a whole lot of igbo girls.. My parents bundled us to the east.

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  10. Continued...

    She started shouting, asking what she was doing in Onyema's house, where are her parents? Plenty questions. She rushed to her parent's house like someone being pursued by the devil.

    It was later gathered that, the guy used juju on her. That he boasted about having her but, those that heard made fun of him. Calling him a pauper, and that the lady will never look at him, not to talk of agreeing to date him. He tried wooing her, but she turned him down. That was when he now decided to jazz her. Said he used 'touch and follow'... Well, he didn't pay a dime on the woman. So, they collected the 3 children from him. Later heard the lady moved to Benin with her children out of shame.

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    1. This is very painful. The lengths people go to though. Imagine that dirty lazy man bragging about having her.
      I hope she's doing okay wherever she is.

      Sluttychic.

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    2. So sad. The poor lady did nothing wrong except to be born pretty.

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  11. It happens o! A lady that served in the north was charmed by her student. She got pregnant for the SS2 student and said she wasn't going back to her parents. Her full had to travel to the North, meet the chief of the village and begged him to help them send their daughter back home. The chief simply called the guy and ordered him to undo what ge did. There and them she got herself. She denied ever getting pregnant and said the child wasn't hers. They left the child in the north and took their daughter home. She was so traumatize that they had to check her into a psychiatry clinic. The boy said the lady was always abusing him in class because he was dull and dirty, that was why he did that.

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    1. My own friend charmed someone and it worked. The guy fell hard for her and spent on her. He broke up with her when she couldn't renew the charm and the guy relocated to the UK. The guy was way out of her league, everyone could see it. Even his family were surprised, it was like a Cinderella story. He is from a wealthy home while my friend is a welder's daughter. P.S. this is her confession to me o.

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  13. If I tell my story dis blog go scatter

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    1. We are waiting

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    2. Please don't keep us waiting. You know we love stories.

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    3. Abeg no tell. We love this blog and don't want to scatter. Which kain talk be that one?

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    4. We no go scatter but go chop popcorn.

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    5. Tell us please, if the blog scatter I will personally arrange it back and Stella will not be aware. Waiting mbok

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    6. ZARAM now you want to hear another story of who charmed who but you posted a comment tongue-lashing the Anon that wrote hers up there. HYPOCRITE!

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  14. I remember when I went for service at Taraba, I met a guy from Gombe state and we were getting to know each other. That's how another guy who is Igbo and actually resides in the north and understands both Hausa and Fulani warned me to stay away from the northerner guy before he uses jazz on me ... He told me about the ring they use is usually charmed in most cases, he is just advising me, that I can heed or decide not to. It's my choice... Naso I start to dey waka jeje oo... When I bump into the guy I say hello and I am already on my way.

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    1. It's true. Most of those rings they wear are not just for fancy...

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  15. This happened to an aunt of mine. The guy she was suppose to marry just up and told her it was over with no tangible explanation. She decided to pick the broken pieces, met my uncle and they got married.
    Years later after she's had like 3 kids, she got a call from the guy apparently a mutual friend gave him her number. He was pleading that he wants her back and doesn't know how he got married to the woman in his house. By now he already has two kids with the woman, he said he woke up one morning and saw the woman with him and he was sure he told her he didn't want to have anything to do with her so he was surprised she said she's his wife. At the time he was calling my aunt he told her the marriage was over and he hated her with a passion and now wants my aunt back. My aunt told him she's married now and pleaded with him to go back to the marriage and try to look past what the woman did but he said never.

    All these jazz always have expiry date and the ones you need to renew there'll be a time where the requirements will be too much that you won't be able to meet up. Let God direct you and don't jazz your way into someone's life because of society or whatever reason it is.

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  16. Even men jazz women. I heard of a lady who was married to her husband with three kids. Suddenly Woke up and asked where she was, who those kids were and what she was doing in that man's house. When she found out the truth, she took a knife and killed herself and the three kids before the man came back from work. Someone wanted to jazz me too at one point but I was too smart not to notice. I was just 18 and the guy I met at a family'friends house walked up to me and told me I was beautiful. I said thank you o but he wouldn't take his eys off me the next thing he said was "please tell me your mother's name". It felt strange and I asked him why he wanted to know. At least if he asked for my father's name I would have understood a little bit but mothers name. I refused and when I got home I told my mother and the next thing she said was'hope you didn't give him? I said no and she was relieved only to later tell me the guy wanted to jazz me and mother's name are what is used not fathers name.

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    1. Yes, they used mother's name to do most of the fetish stuff...

      Yoruba movies be saving lives since 1900....

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  17. A lady was sent on a biz trip to China way back by her hubby. She was there for some months, she came back n much later she had a baby girl. The baby was fair in complexion, Chinese hair n Chinese looking eyes. Hubby was overwhelmed by her beauty n saw nothing wrong. Family members started whispering until they couldn't hold it anymore, and they summoned him for a meeting. The man boldly claimed the child, his reason was that he said as the wife travelled an ate Chinese food, that's why the child had their traits. All his other kids was black in complexion, family could do nothing. Don't know if the spell has broken but way back he was the talk of my town.

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  18. Tho I have not experienced it but I have heard much about love charm.my aunt gisted us about her friend who was a runs girl in nnewi and used charm to marry a rich man and made the man to divorce his wife.in 2017 when my aunt went to nnewi(cause she no longer stays there) she heard the man chased the lady away with her 3 kids cause according to gist,his first wife daughter who is an evangelist delivered him.

    PS: the lady was the one that told her then that she used charm on the man.

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  19. I have told my story here before.
    (The powers of Satan)those charms will work if you break God's laws
    (open legs -fornicate). That is when it will take effect because the
    Scripture says that the two has become "one flesh". . .
    If you join yourself to a prostitute, you are one with her in the flesh !Cor.
    6:16.
    If you are in Christ and obey his teachings, those evil powers won't work
    on you. 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    1. You will just use your scrawny fingers to be typing rubbish,it is only when you open legs the charms will catch you abi? Fish brain

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 Chi squared, iri bahd.

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    3. @Chi
      Hmm, thank you for calling me "fish brain"
      You want me to write, that the charms won't catch people that fornicate, isn't it?
      And that people should fornicate isn't it?
      Ok,
      fornicate
      fornicate
      fornicate
      fornicate
      fornicate
      Okay; are you happy now?
      counter the Scriptures I quoted there,
      "If you join yourself to a prostitute, you are one with
      the prostitute"😘😘😘😘😘

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    4. Didn't you read where one person was simply asking for mother's name to activate jazz. Why everything must be about sex for you ppl? In most cases all you need to do is accept a gift or eat food from that person, next thing jazz is activated. Why don't you caution ppl from accepting food, drink and gifts from others. Nobody needs to first have sex, if that was the case it would never happen, don't you see most of the story mentioned ppl who were not even looking in that person's direction, no attraction, no sexual contact and still found themself married to a stranger.

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  20. A relation of mine returned from a journey and decided to end his marriage.This was a lady he fought everybody to be with.He returned to his mother's house and left his kids behind.
    Na jazz??
    Me I don't know oo

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  21. Interesting topic.i personally have no experience nor seen one.

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  22. God Gorbid,that's why you should stay 100 feet away from someone you don't love that's forcefully professing their love for you cause the heart of man is desperately wicked!

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  23. It happened to a close Friend Aunty.
    The said lady is a civil servant in Abuja.After 14years of marriage,she packed her things home one day ,she told family she can't remember marrying the husband. The man has been caring,provides and loving and they have 3kids,he confessed to using charm to marry her cos she was his specs.
    The husband was her taxi driver that takes her to and fro from work.
    Although he asked her out and she said she has a fiance.
    The family claimed she just told them one day that she isnt interested in her fiance again.All effort to find out why proved abortive.The fiance felt she was jazzed but nobody believed him,he waited 7years before he moved on.The lady is blaming her family that how could they not know?how could she have brought an illiterate home and they didnt query it?

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  24. I've only heard stories but I believe it happens mainly for three reasons
    1. Spiritually (jazz)
    2.clinically (early onset dementia)
    3. Psychologically I.e passing through severe forms of abuse in a relationship that your brain can't even comprehend when times were good so you suffer from temporary memory loss as well as loss of identity while succumbing and accepting your new abusive lifestyle

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    1. You are absolutely right. Some of these cases are dementia and not jazz.

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    2. Thank goodness you mentioned the dementia because it crossed my mind too.

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  25. Wow.so many stories, jazz exists and people use it every day to make people fall in love with them. Good thing is that it has an expiry date πŸ¦‹

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    1. Unfortunately, the expiry date outlives some of the victims.

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    2. The lengths ppl go to for the temporary things of this world. What would they do if life was eternal? That is when true wickedness would thrive unabated. No wonder God had to cut the lifespan of humankind, too much wickedness is in this world.

      Interestingly, nobody is using jazz to be kinder, more generous, more loving, more intelligent, more forgiving, more humble, more compassionate. Imagine if ppl were using jazz to improve themselves positively.

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  26. It happened to someone I know, they are divorced now. He was rich and in love, it was an elderly lady whose children's school fees he helped pay that was the architect. She was afraid if he got married, his wife would stop him from assisting her and her kids, so she hatched a plan with a prophet the week to his engagement. They paid 200K and the man was jazzed. He did not show up for his engagement and withou explanations married a total stranger two weeks later to the amazement of all and sundry. The new woman showed him shege, they were married for many years until the charm failed by then they had two kids. The guy was and is still traumatized till now, his ex is married and in the US.

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    1. This is pure evil. I hope the elderly witch was burnt alive.

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    2. Et tu Tiana?❗

      After attacking that Anon's story, you now have your own story about an elderly lady that charmed a rich man into marriage? YOU ARE LYING!

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    3. Lmao @ et tu tiana?
      This blog is something else

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    4. Lol...anon be speaking latin shakespeare something...Even you?and you?

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  27. It happened to me too but thank God I ddnt marry d guy
    I met him through a friend and he wasn't my type but before u know it I moved in wit him until I woke up one day and ddnt understand y I was der and I couldn't tell anybody so I jus went back to my place and blocked all dis number,before I forget I was d one footing d Bills.
    Like 2 years later he sent me a message asking for forgiveness and confessed that he jazzed me and that's wen i realized wat happned...this is jus d summary oh unlike others i remembered everything that happened I couldn't jus say No to him

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  28. Hmmm. The stories I am reading. People should be careful of whom they collect things from o. Even someone giving you something to eat, they can use that means to jazz you o.

    May none of us and our families be caught in this situation.

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  29. It is very real.It happens in our environment.so my parents told us about a dwarf traditional dancer in our hometown who jazzed a white lady that return from abroad for a function in my hometown.The white lady refused returning to abroad and married the dwarf traditional dancer.

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  30. It happened to a lady I know in Surulere. She was dating this guy who resides in abroad...

    During his vacation, he came back to Lagos and took her out to one nkwobi joint..


    When the woman saw abroad guy, she tried to be extra nice. The guy went there later with his friend for another rounds of nkwobi and that was how he got hooked...

    The abroad guy abandoned the fiancee and got married to the nkwobi woman's daughter and both of them travelled out...

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  31. It happened to a lady I know in Surulere. She was dating this guy who resides in abroad...

    During his vacation, he came back to Lagos and took her out to one nkwobi joint..


    When the woman saw abroad guy, she tried to be extra nice. The guy went there later with his friend for another rounds of nkwobi and that was how he got hooked...

    The abroad guy abandoned the fiancee and got married to the nkwobi woman's daughter and both of them travelled out...

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  32. How can I forget the one that happened in my street several years ago

    Her boyfriend won america visa lottery, processed it and promised her he would marry her no matter what that he would be coming home regularly till he qould become a citizen and be able to file for green card for her.

    The lady in question is a very very pretty lady o. After the boyfriend left for USA, she felt maybe the guy would not look back o ,na so she take go meet one alfaa to do charm so that the boyfriend would not forget her oo.
    The alfaa self see pretty lady come change jazz for the lady oo.Na so she the alfa marry the fine lady o.Very old dirty alfa begin cruise the fine lady oo.As at the last time ,she don born like 3 for the alfaa.
    When the boyfriend heard what happened, he wept oo because he truly loved her and plan to come back for her.
    It is well oo

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  33. I can personally relate to this statement right here. It's happening real life in my family.

    ""The most annoying thing is that the couple are not compatible. Always breaking up and making up and her dad vowed the daughter must marry a rich man that will take them out from poverty and they hooked my brother.""

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  34. Its happened to someone dear to me.An old man from Niger Republic that already had 3 wives charmed her.All of a sudden,she said if she didn't marry him,she would kill herself.They got married,had 4 children,very abusive marriage,he would beat her if she didn't get up by 1AM to finish ironing his clothes,beat her for not kneeling to serve his food,married off their 15year old daughter,it was really bad and in all these years,she would always defend him,her dear husband.One day,when God said it was enough,after 18years,her maid told her that she saw daddy putting something in her tea that she shouldn't drink it,that was how she confronted him for the first time ever and asked him to drink that tea,if not she would involve police,that was where wahala started,he confessed that he charmed her and kept renewing it, but if she tried to leave,he would kill her and the children so she stayed,played the fool and planned her escape.She eventually left with her children to another country.

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  35. We are living in the world of darkness, that's why we should always pray, distant ourselves from every appearance of evil.

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  36. Yeah it's real. A friend to my hubby lost his fiance to a native doctor, where she went to look for solution when he was in the prison. So painful!

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  37. It happened oh,hmmmmπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯infact it claimed a life and we are still battling with another one right now,it brings bad memories and I don't like remembering Talkless of talking about it,one backfires,thank God,not easy having too much brothers😞

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  38. One idiot tried to charm me and also take My house in Zimbabwe to give to his second wife i was clever i told him i dont date men like him he shd drink the jazz he put in My drink the man got embarrassed and started mame ring like mumu. Idiot

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  39. This happened to my next door neighbour, a medical doctor, he woke up that day and started shouting on his wife, who are you, how did i marry you. She was a known runs girl, who usually sleeps with expatriates and their dogs in Abuja. He had treated her at the hospital several times for different Stds.His brothers came to help him pack his things from the house. He cut off from his family and friends becos of her. The guy left Abuja immediately. Na so marriage end.

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    1. See story, that's how people would have been tapping. Good girls would've been discouraged thinking it doesn't pay to keep themselves. Hmmh, deceitful.

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  40. I remember in my uni there is this very beautiful woman at the entrance of the junction leading to my house. She was selling hot drinks (dry gin and peppered meat) uni guys used to patronize her too but the shocking is that this woman is deaf and dump.

    Then I got to know that she actually came to fortify herself with jazz at one herbalist place ( the herbalist lives around my hostel) and he got attracted to her beauty, jazzed her and she never went back - she became his wife.

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  41. I remember going into Walmart one time and this guy was following me with a shopping cart. I'll enter one aisle, he will enter too. Next thing I know he stops and says 'Hi' and I said 'Hi' back. He then proceeded to ask for my name and I said, "why do you want to know my name, I don't know you."
    I could tell from his accent, he is Nigerian but I quickly switched my accent to American so he wouldn't know I'm 9ja too. He then said, I am a doctor and in my mind I was like 'and so?' But I smiled and kept looking at the item on the aisle, next thing he said was 'give me a handshake, shake me. I thought to myself "emagbami ke, abi were leleyi ni, you want to try touch and go with me". I said, 'no, I am not giving you a handshake". He said, "it's just a handshake, shake my hand". It felt like he had licked something, i thought to myself, "ode ni boboyi sha, proper yoruba girl like me, na me you wan try gbomogbomo for" na so I da si rough, I told him, "I said I am not shaking you, must I shake you". I didn't even allow him touch me, I quickly hastened my steps.
    It was such a weird situation and when my spirit became enlightened, I felt he saw me and thought I am an African American (I don't like using akata; it is derogatory)because of the way I styled my hair. If I had given him a handshake, I will follow him, we will get married, i will file for him and maybe 3 years after he becomes a citizen, my eye will open. But he met the wrong person. I may be wrong but the sequence of that conversation and insisting I shake him even without knowing my name was just off.

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    1. 3Amigos Bread @ 6 Okesalu St, Ikotun. 081385163285 September 2020 at 23:32

      Guy’s creepy as heck.

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  42. Lord have mercy ooooooooh, save your children from evil people.
    Some of these stories here are so scary, imagine extent some people would go to just to tie down someone!
    Prayers ooooooh, we have to keep praying without ceasing.
    It's really crazy out thereπŸ˜₯

    My Testimony In A BitπŸ’ƒ

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  43. I never see my posts but all the same....back in the day when I was in my early 20s there was this aboki who sells provisions that took a liking to me. At a point he was giving me things for free so I stopped buying anytime he was there. I only bought when his boy was there till one day he sent the boy to return my money. At a point he started calling me his wife! To cut the story short he travelled to Saudi and brought me a gift of Ankara and perfume. I gave them to my mum and told her every thing. We had a good laugh... Let him catch old woman. He stopped being friendly to me after that.may be he guessed that his plans had failed.

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  44. Stella , it does happen. Happened to an aunt of mine who likes prophet this, prophet that.

    Some Mobil guy came asking for her hand in marriage,we were all happy for her. Only for her to go to a prophet with the guy's pix to confirm if he was truly her life partner.
    Long story short, she came back saying if it's not the prophet, she's not marrying.

    She had a daughter for him, before her eyes cleared. She nearly killed the bony looking prophet. She keeps lamenting,4 years of my life wasted.

    It really happens..

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  45. My ex-mother-in-law from Omuma in Imo state is a notorious visitor to jujumen. I found out rather too late. They will live to pay for their sins.

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    1. Pls expantiate. That's my village. What a small world. We might even know each other. It's a small village

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  46. Wow..All these stories.
    It almost happened to me;if not for the mercy of God.I remember one suitor I had when I just graduated from Uni.I was never attracted to him and told him from the onset that it wont work;but the dude kept on insisting that I was his wife whether I like it or not.I really couldn't pick up anything wrong with him;was financially ok and all;just had this uneasy feeling around him.And that period eh;any relationship I tried to have outside him failed for no reason and it was like he was monitoring me in the spirit cos he always seemed to know when that happened ;and will start to call me then to remind me that I was his wife and I'm going no where.Na so I tell my prayer warrior mother,& she began to do midnyt prayers for me;until the guy took off on his own.To the extent that I saw him at a mall after that period and he couldn't even look me in the eye;like my glory was too bright for him.
    I later heard stories of how his exfiancee also woke up one day and left him;and the whole world was blaming her;but me I know say na jazz wey clear from the poor girl eyes.Some people are just addicted to love potions and spells.

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  47. Chaiii
    I'm pained I saw this post late as I was so busy yesterday.
    So let me share mine.
    This happened to my aunt, my dad's elder sister, my grandmother's first daughter.
    This life is just a pot of undone beans.
    This my aunt is very very very pretty. Fair and about settling down with one rich, cool guy that loved her.. So a friend took her to a church (I don't even know what she is looking for up and down in church). It was one cele church like this. The Olusho (shepherd) asked her out and she said never, if you were the last man I'll rather remain single.
    That's all!!!
    Before you know it my aunt was married to him and this man already had two wives she became the third wife, started wearing sutana and walking barefoot.
    We didn't even know where she was. Oh we looked for her tire, when we finally found her she was living in a shanty kind of house. Pako house, living from hand to Mouth with a dirty smelling old man as her husband.
    Everywhere my grandma went to that time they told her to be praying that its only death that can separate them that once he knows she wants to leave he will kill her.
    Her eyes opened in the marriage but she could not leave because he will kill her.
    She was married to him for over ten years.
    The heart break was part of what killed my grandma. As she travelled to the village for burial that's how she used the opportunity to japa and never came back.
    He afflicted her with fibroid spiritually and it almost took her life. We were always carrying her from church to church for deliverance before God took control.
    Later when she was telling us what she went through ehn, she said even the other wives were fighting her spiritually thinking she came to steal their husband.
    She will gather money for business and once she tells him, he will make sure that he spoils it and that money will just go like that and she can even say what she did with it.
    The only consolation for her was she got pregnant in secondary school and already had a son who is even married now and doing well for himself.
    My aunt is in America now and she later found a man who loves her like mad, he was the one that took her to America.
    I learned my less in all this
    When I was still single, if a man ask me out if I'm not interested I politely decline and stay woke and add prayers to it.
    God no go shame us ooo

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  48. Wow! Things are really happening

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