LEAKED SEXTAPE: Husband blamed for wife's death after pregnant woman and wife, Martha, died as she committed suicide after sex video with ritualist pastor, Piercy Enoch Peterz, on matrimonial bed went viral KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

LEAKED SEXTAPE: Husband blamed for wife's death after pregnant woman and wife, Martha, died as she committed suicide after sex video with ritualist pastor, Piercy Enoch Peterz, on matrimonial bed went viral

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Husband blamed for wife's death as pregnant woman, Martha, committed suicide after sex video with ritualist pastor, Piercy Enoch Peterz, on matrimonial bed went viral. (Read More Here).

Reactions below:

Michael: So a Martha cheated on her husband while she was pregnant then the sextape leaked, she committed suicide and Twitter is blamed for it, niyanya Martha made her bed but couldn't lie on it.

Cynthia: Martha committed suicide the very day she accepted to doggie her pastor in her matrimonial bed.

Charlotte: A man caught his pregnant wife (Martha ) taking doggie on their matrimonial bed with her Pastor. He records the scene (sin) and shares it online. Now Martha has committed suicide. Who's to blame for her demise?
A) Pastor
B) Husband
C) Martha. (Read More Here).

In another news, Balenciaga might have left Twitter, but that hasn't stopped the social media platform from dissecting the brand's every move.

On Monday, June Nicole Lapine, better known as @shoe0nhead, took to Elon Musk's Twitter to imply that the luxury fashion label is exploiting children — an unsubstantiated claim rendered even more preposterous by the YouTuber's reasoning.

Balenciaga is under fire online after showing two young girls holding stuffed animals dressed in what appears to be bondage gear in an advertisement.

The fashion house — which has been associated with the likes of Kim Kardashian and previously made headlines for its daring fashion choices — featured the mini models in Balenciaga apparel, holding plush toys that contrasted with the horrifying bondage get-ups.

In one image, a ginger-haired little girl sported a T-shirt from the brand while holding the strap connected to a white bear, which was in a vest with a padlocked choker around its neck.

In another, a brunette child donned a blue outfit while clutching a purple plush animal, which was sporting similarly BDSM attire. She goes on to cite Balenciaga's wiped Instagram feed as further indication of the brand's supposed guilt. Of course, anyone who follows the company knows that it periodically erases its feed to reflect its latest drop.

Balenciaga could not immediately be reached for comment. At the time of publishing, its official Instagram was replenished with campaign imagery for its Spring/Summer 2023 collection, which released for pre-order on Monday morning.

Some particularly zealous conspiracy theorists commented on the label's fresh posts with references to Lapine's claims, which have garnered tens of thousands of likes and re-tweets.

Online shoppers spotted the adverts and were infuriated, calling the images “frightening,” “creepy” and “wrong.”

“I thought people were trolling, but nope. It’s real. Maybe this is why Balenciaga left Twitter. They don’t want to be held accountable. Yes, these are children holding teddy bears dressed in bondage outfits,” one Twitter user fumed.

“The brand ‘Balenciaga’ just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about ‘virtual child porn’ normal stuff,” an eagle-eyed social media watchdog alleged.

“This is f’ing gross and infuriating. I try my best to avoid what seem like conspiracies here on Twitter, but they intentionally included this child porn reference in their shoot,” another chimed in, using the hashtag “burnitdown.”

In another, a brunette child donned a blue outfit while clutching a purple plush animal, which was sporting similarly BDSM attire.

Balenciaga did not immediately respond to the NY Post’s request for comment.

The brand has since removed the pictures of children from its Instagram.

Online shoppers were infuriated, calling the images “frightening”, “creepy” and “wrong”.“I thought people were trolling, but nope. It’s real. Maybe this is why Balenciaga left Twitter. They don’t want to be held accountable. Yes, these are children holding teddy bears dressed in bondage outfits,” one Twitter user wrote.

Earlier this month, Balenciaga joined a long line of companies fleeing the social media platform amid ongoing chaos since Elon Musk’s takeover.

“This is f’ing gross and infuriating. I try my best to avoid what seem like conspiracies here on Twitter, but they intentionally included this child porn reference in their shoot,” another user said.

Balenciaga did not immediately respond to the NY Post's request for comment.

Balenciaga's Instagram page has since been cleared of all posts, including the photos of the children, however the label is known to wipe its social media feed ahead of new drops.

The label's Instagram page now features new photos of a Spring 23 campaign, but social media users have commented underneath, saying Balenciaga "needs to explain those other pictures".

“Frightening how many adults must have been involved in this,” one user agreed.

“Parents, photographers, creative directors, copy writers, web designers, design agency staff, producers, managers, advertisers,” they added. “And not one of them thought ‘hang on a minute’?”

“Jesus that’s just creepy and wrong,” commented someone else. Some social media users also claim the same advertising shoot features a court document relating to child pornography.

YouTuber June Lapine, aka Shoe0nHead, pointed out the document on Twitter.

"The brand 'Balenciaga' just did a uh ... interesting ... photo-shoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about 'virtual child porn'.

New York Post reports online sleuths have zoomed in on the image and claim it is a document from Ashcroft v Free Speech Coalition, a 2002 US Supreme Court case which struck down a ban on "virtual" child pornography.

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