Did Actor Desmond Elliot Sleep With Two Blood Sisters?

Did Actor Desmond Elliot Sleep With Two Blood Sisters?

Desmond and girlReports have been around for sometime and many who know him have even wondered why Desmond Elliot in his right sense would do such with two sisters, without hearing the actor’s side of the story. Anyway, the cute actor has finally come out to state his side of the story. Read what he said below:
“I don’t know. It was baseless. The ladies in question are my wards and I take care of them. Do I have to be related to them by blood? We are family friends and we have been family friends for years. Their parents are abroad and whenever they are in Nigeria, they stay with me, so it was a baseless distraction and the person who did the article about me has since apologised.”

15 Responses to "Did Actor Desmond Elliot Sleep With Two Blood Sisters?"

  1. kakolwe   July 24, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Ala! Who hasn’t? Actually best experience is to add on their mother too! & their granny too!
    In short, tumfweko, spare as the Nigeria sh!t. We got our own louts on this site. Just see their bemba insults. That is nauseating on its own.

  2. chewe bwamba   July 24, 2014 at 10:37 am

    Alilya,Eli chaliba ne tanta ichi

  3. Tanny   July 24, 2014 at 10:46 am

    I totally agree with you…..

  4. chile1   July 24, 2014 at 10:46 am

    Mmmm @ kakolwe behave yourself naiwe,why do u hav to go tribal on such simple issues?

  5. Mabvuto   July 24, 2014 at 11:34 am

    what is wrong with doing two blood sisters? i have personaly screwed three blood sistaz and the fourth kwashelefye kwempe

  6. Boko   July 24, 2014 at 11:37 am

    What is kakolwe in tonga?amaano yabutonga always tribalism.we ar tied spare us,even on useless isues.

  7. chief of grief   July 24, 2014 at 12:09 pm

    Imwe 1st ba fikala.Tukalanda imikwinga pa li tribe issue.Am sure do this deliberately just to prove us tefyo mukongo wenu.Do u now insults ba tondo imwe?Insuts ‘re those that have got nothing to do with yo shapeless bodies like I address u as iwe chula,iwe kolwe like u address yo self makaka,Iwe koswe etcWhat is penise in Bemba?teh bwampa nangula ubukala ba mustanina!Vagina(ichinyo,ichinena,impunani,indunduma),I can go long on this.Tensele,they ‘er simply words that qualify other words mwaunfwa imwe ba kolokombwa,elo yanshi mutwenekako fifikala imwe?Ba tumfweko naimwe,ati cute actor uyu??Enyo ukupapa o ene ukupapa,nachipushila.Pamenso kwati ale chitila dala…Na naka na news yakwa chikala uyu awemwe!!

  8. Denkete   July 24, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    Desmond I.d.i.o.t ati cute, bushe kanshi ilyo mukamona denkete mukalanda shani imwe batumfweko? Tamwaishiba na cute ba swaini imwe.

  9. tutu   July 24, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    batumfweko bafikala nanaka na chikala uyu, nalamitumina foto yandi so d@ mwishibe w@ cute z o abt…uyuwine pamenso kwati anusha ichisushi@kakolwe ulitole sana

  10. kakolwe   July 24, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    As little HH says: “Am vindicated!” I didn’t even know that this little bunch of excited goons are dull too! How can I be tribal when am Zambian by CHOICE? I said your group of low-IQs posts insults, vulgarities, unpalatables in ICIBEMBA as a language, not tribe. Mwefisushi mwe!

  11. koko bango   July 24, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    kakolwe pa mputi pobe waumfwa!.take your tribal issues elsewhere not here.let people express their opinions over related stories on this site rather than posting on your foolishness.naimwe ba tumfweko caba shani kanshi lyonsefye fima nigerian filth stories give zamstories! shaa!!!

  12. chief of grief   July 24, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    You need no one to tell you that these are wrong. The whole world knows they are provocative to a
    man’s eyes. But women who profess godliness, women who ought to know better, will simply follow the
    current fashions of the world, long or short, without any reference to what is *right*. Others will quibble
    about how short is too short. Rather than making very sure their dresses are plenty long, they will make
    them as short as they dare, while still persuading themselves they are long enough. You may stand at
    attention in front of your mirror, and persuade yourself that your too-short dress reveals nothing, but only
    let you sit down, only let you bend over, only let you get in or out of a car, and what a spectacle of nudity
    you present. And whether you design it or not, and whether you like it or not, those nude legs and thighs of
    yours are provocation to lust in the eyes of men.
    For the same reason you ought to have nothing to do with those skirts which are slit half-way up the
    sides. Who cannot see the design of such a fashion is to expose your thighs to view? Or is it to enable you
    to walk? So much the worse if it is. If your skirt is so tight, that you cannot walk without cutting the sides,
    by all means throw it away, and get something with a little more material. We shall have more to say about
    *tight* clothing later on.
    Do you ask how long your dresses out to be? See that your legs are well covered below the knee, front
    and back, while you are bending over and sitting down, and you will be safe enough. But be careful here: it
    is not enough that your legs should be covered only from the vantage point of your own eyeballs. When
    you bend over or sit down, the *front* of your dress will be naturally hang lower, so as to cover more of
    your legs, but the *back* will be drawn up so as to cover less.
    Very often I have seen women sit down and carefully arrange the front of their skirt so as to cover the
    topside of their thighs from their own view, while leaving the sides and undersides of their thighs
    completely exposed to the view of anyone sitting across from them. And this will be unavoidable if your
    dresses are so short that they only cover you down to the knees while you are standing erect. If you would
    be safe, your dresses should cover you well below the knee *in all postures*. Amen

  13. chile1   July 24, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Ba kolwe namano yenu yabafye nga kakolwe nokumoneka mumoneka ngaka kolwe tefyo?

  14. kakolwe   July 24, 2014 at 10:20 pm

    @Chile 1. Yes, yes & yes. That is why I an conversing with you.

  15. Chikonka Bowa   July 26, 2014 at 11:18 am

    Lesa tapela muminwe. Apalamikafye.