Man shot on his private part wasn’t having affair with shooter’s wife

Photo of a man who was shot on his private parts has fired up social media as people claim he had slept with the shooter’s wife.

 

A man shot on his private part has caused a buzz on social media as people discussed whether or not he deserved what he got.

The photo of a man with a bandage on his private part elicited all sorts of cooked up stories with some claiming he had been busted smashing someone’s wife at a house along Thika Road when he was shot.

True the man was shot on his phallus but he wasn’t having an affair with a married woman as claimed by some people.

The rumor was fueled by recent incidents where cheating men have been bewitched while some got shot for sleeping with other people’s women.

The middle-aged man was shot after having a disagreement with the shooter at a car park. The incident however didn’t even happen in Kenya.

The man was shot in Owerri, Imo state, Nigeria sometimes in July 2014.Trumpeta reports that the victim had just landed in Nigeria from Malaysia when he got shot after minor disagreements on issues related to car park.

The victim survived the shooting ordeal; it’s not clear whether the corrective surgery that was done on him was able to make his manhood to work without flaws.

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