BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — VICTOR KNIGHT — Naked, a few weeks ago you ran a story about a young coast guard name Victor Knight. Victor was my lover up until when I found out he was sleeping around with so many people.
He and me started when he was involved with his ex man, the computer expert, and we continued until I found out he was sleeping with 2 other men I know. We compared notes and he would tell us all the same lines, that he loved us and we are the only one for him. He is really good in bed but what he has left me with is Herpes virus. I got tested after I left him and I am positive. Two years ago I was not.
This boy use to come by me when he was to be at volleyball or he would leave work early and come by me. Up to June this year, 2016, we were still together. He loved it when we were together and he used to beg for my love.
He cause me to now have to live without breaks, I have one now. His ex man left him and I see why now. I want his new man to know he is still playing and he is horning you too. Up to last week a friend and him meet up to have a quickie. He likes to hit and run!
Herpes don’t show itself on you but people he riddle with it be aware and be careful of Victor Knight from the Ivy, St Michael. He drives a gold Vitara. Anonymous
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No Statute of Limitations on the TRUTH. Sexual abuse is self abuse! Being DOCILE is a crime; it’s worse than being called a nigger; it’s an insult to the entire human experience!
BRIDGETOWN: During the time of slavery in Bridgetown, Barbados, it was the custom to torture a slave or slaves if there was a runaway. Most of the times a pregnant woman was chosen. She would be hung and then the unborn child would be ripped from her womb then crushed by the boots of the white man. All this was done in front of the other slaves to cause fear (NOW DOCILITY) and prevent more runaways (NOW LABOURERS). Post Traumatic Slave Disorder is real in Barbados. Naked Departure
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