HARDLY a day after posting a heartfelt apology over her video exposing their marital problems and the announcement that they were back together again, controversial musician Desmond “Stunner” Chideme’s wife Olinda Chapel went public yesterday threatening to kill herself over his alleged infidelity.
BY WINSTONE ANTONIO
In a series of videos on Thursday, the weeping Chapel accused the Team Hombe hitmaker of cheating and threatened to commit suicide.
A few hours later, Chapel took to Facebook and apologised to Stunner as she claimed that she was fed with false information by one of her husband’s friends.
While it appeared Chapel and Stunner had resolved their differences as the couple took to Facebook and Snapchat respectively to confirm their reunion, many were shocked yesterday at Chapel’s fresh live-streamed video throwing out and threatening to burn Stunner’s clothes.
The video opened with Chapel and Stunner jostling as the United Kingdom-based woman threw her husband’s clothes outside the house and threatened to burn them.
In the same video, Stunner is heard saying he was no longer interested in the marriage as Chapel was suicidal.
“Do not be on my video. Let’s burn everything, stop touching me, let’s take everything out …you are the one who started this,” Chapel shouted.
In the initial video, Chapel had claimed that she was the one bankrolling Stunner’s lavish lifestyle.
She accused her husband of using her money to entertain his girlfriends at their house.
The videos have ignited debate, with some Zimbabweans pleading with Chapel to end the relationship, saying she was being abused.
Others accused her of playing to the gallery and trying to gain fame.
Stunner is not new to controversy after his leaked sex tape with former Zimbabwe’s representative to Big Brother Africa Pokello Nare into the headlines.
The two had a nasty break-up as Nare accused Stunner of milking her of her money. (See earlier story in The Standard Style)