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“Unfortunately we are not rich, but we can guarantee them love and good s.e.x,” Olwethu and Owami find love.

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“Unfortunately we are not rich, but we can guarantee them love and good s.e.x,” Olwethu and Owami find love.
Twice as Bold is a reality show about twins Olwethu and Owami Siko who are looking for love, the wins have made it clear that they want one man and that he should be rich so that he is able to sustain their life style. Well it seems they have found love but its not one man but twins Sakhile and Thabani Biyela.

“We’re currently courting the twins. We’ve never had group s.e.x before, but we’re open to a new experience,” said Sakhile.

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He shared that they were aware the ladies wanted a rich husband who could maintain their lifestyle.

“Unfortunately we are not rich, but we can guarantee them love and good s.e.x,” he said, adding that they also shared one soul.

Thabani said: “We are Zulu men and use the s.e.x booster, sizochatha, to make sure we satisfy in bed. We also don’t think there’s anything wrong with group s.e.x. It’s nothing to be ashamed of because we also share one soul.”

Olwethu & Owami Siko

Olwethu in an episode revealed that they were used to threesomes.

“But if this relationship with the Biyela twins works out, it means we will swop partners from time to time.”

She added: “He must be able to give us an allowance of R30 000 a month, which means R15 000 for each twin.”

 

 

During an interview Owami revealed that their ancestors were okay about the whole group s.e.x. thing which cultural experst do not agree with.

“Culturally, twins are treated differently and with special care. But this doesn’t mean they share one soul. Group s.e.x between twins or couples is not part of African culture.”

Another expert Nokuzola Mndende said: “S.e.x in marriage is sacred. The twins are misleading.

Both the Biyela and Siko twins are driven by lust. They must not involve culture.”