Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Mr. Musa’s Children - Tai Wei

Tai Wei was born in Sabon-Garri to a family of four: two boys: Akiritu and Mijangchi and two girls: Tai Wei and Seeyabam in the North-West Province of Cameroon about some 42 years or so ago to Wei Musa and Krin Musa, yet she looks better than most 23 years olds: nice biceps and triceps, flat abdomen, hard behinds and her twin roes still like unharvested oranges. She has made it big time as a real estate agent, unlike those who carry more the title than they sell a wooden plank. Her gigantic duplex serves as her covering on which she could espy the neighborhood. Two modern cars - a Land Rover and a Range Rover lay outside her yard, beckoning for drivers. She has already had her three grown up kids in her teenage days. She seems to have the world underneath her feet, a roof over her head, but she was lacking something: a good man.
Tai Wei has not been able to keep a husband or a boyfriend. That is why she has three kids with five men. She knew the father of one, but she had accused four men of being the fathers of two. Tired of living alone, she left for home and got herself a man-Ping Wi. This gentleman graduated from Centre Universitaire des Sciences de la Santé (CUSS) in Yaoundé, Cameroon and served as a general practitioner for seven years. In normal circumstances, he does not merit the beauty of Tai Wei. One would think he is allergic to growth, or one could think that he was suffering from a bone disease that made him shrink in height, but he was more than a dwarf or perhaps like a midget. Ping wi does not like dogs, but Tai Wei has chihuahua called Babwell. It was more like a squirrel than a dog. It barked like a sun bird. When the neighbor’s German shepherd is taking a stroll outside, it runs outside at the German shepherd, but it will just push it with its head as if saying.  “You lack any place for anyone to bite you.” Its waist was like that of a house fly, and its legs were like those of an ant. Nonetheless, Tai Wei had a sticker on her door: “Beware: Wild Dog.” Hahahahaaha.
Tai Wei’s meals all came from either Chick Fil’l or some outside restaurant because she does not cook at home. Ping Wi washed the dishes and took the dog out while her third son sad idling on the living room sofa. It would seem they had a timetable for pounding and grinding. Immediately as she came back home, she signaled Ping Wi who went upstairs with her to fulfill her needs. Ping Wi was either with a book or two, reading for his medical board exam. Perhaps once he has his license, she will be forced to look for husband number 4 or boyfriend number 24.
Good treatment is like a magnet; it pulls people around you because everyone is addicted to it. A man or a woman stays forever depending on the amount of love he or she gets. Love begets love, and love is an exhibition of respect. The fact that Ping Wi does not have a job now because he just newly came to the US should not be given the misnomer of dogkeeper. Don’t treat your partner like a hireling or maid simply because of their condition. Don’t have pets that your partner does not like. Learn to entice your man with the meal from your kitchen, girl.
Many African and western women have gotten themselves some good men, but the way they treated the men when they were nothing made the men lose appetite staying with them once they were something or when their feet touched the ground. You cannot act like a porcupine the entire time, yet you expect the man or woman to come and sleep beside you like a sheep. Do you know any women who went home and brought a man whose man has run away? Examine the treatment the women gave them. It is the same thing with western women who get themselves an African man who lacks papers. They treat the man so badly that once he has those papers, he regards it as a miracle of freedom.  Nevertheless, I do sympathize with Tai Wei because she is doing all for a good man, but her character is letting her down.
Until then, Tai Wei should change character rather than change men


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