According to him, making such statements to a man could make him engage in extramarital affairs to test the strength of his manhood in bed.
Francis Van-Lare, a Nigerian businessman based in the United States, took to Facebook to warn women to stop telling men they can’t satisfy them sexually.
According to him, making such statements to a man could make him engage in extramarital affairs to test the strength of his “gbola” in bed.
Francis Van-Lare, who has been married and divorced five times, went to his social media page to reveal it, as he recounted his personal experience with one of his ex-wives.
Wrote on Facebook;“Sometimes the negative things said about you are your tonic to stand up and excel to prove them wrong. A woman I was once married to couldn’t find anything her mouth could spit out to shake my confidence in the midst of a heated argument, so it provoked personal attacks.She said my gbola was weak and she couldn’t perform and all the orgasms she exhibited were fake just to make me feel good. Instead of allowing that statement to dampen my spirit which was her intent, I called a little girl who chatted to me and paid no attention to her to meet me. My gbola and her kpekus connected well and she had 9 orgasms which are not fake So when the so called wife repeated the claim again I was smiling from ear to ear because I have my independent tester to prove to her that she was wrong and in the meantime I denied her my gbola. He can visit his Mandingo, not me. Never tell a man that his throat is weak or that he can’t perform to spite him. Another woman will give the same gbola an Oscar performance ”.
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