Monday, October 15, 2012

Black Women, Reggae Singer's wife Mavis Hamilton did not know about his 5-year affair with Tracy Bennett

Many of our sisters whom have affairs with married men do not understand the pain they cause on the wives, it is bad enough their husbands do not care.   Just look at this woman's face, she is in some deep emotional pain, because Wayne Hamilton allegedly hid his affair with his lover, Tracy Bennett for 5 years.   This sort of stuff has been going on for years, many times, wives endure a lot of stress because deep down inside they know they are married to cheating men, but some wives like Mavis do not find out and really do not know until their husband's come up dead. 

Regardless of Mavis Hamilton being in a depressed state, after how her husband died and acknowledging his affair with Tracy Bennett, the good thing about it, is she still has her life and she can move on. Eventually, God can bless her with a better man she can trust.  Another good thing about it, at least  she knows her husband was unfaithful to her, instead of never finding out about it while yet being married to him.  Furthermore, if he had of been right, he may still be here.  We pray Mrs. Hamilton knows, there is nothing she did wrong, her husband cheated because he wanted to and he paid for it with his life and so did his mistress.

For 5 years, how could Tracy Bennett have an affair with Wayne Hamilton?  Many of you black women think it's cute to be a mistress, but let us tell you, you will reap what you sow.   It was not right for Tracy Bennett to mutually have an affair with Wayne Hamilton and not even think about what his wife was going through.  Oh, she probably thought, if she did not know, it would not hurt her, but in the end, it has hurt her.   Black women, it is time for some you whom are in affairs with married men to think about the wife and children, if any.   Stop sleeping around with married men, because although Tracy Bennett had to pay like Hamilton with her life, there is a widow who is still hurting about this whole situation.   Mavis Hamilton is distraught and cannot believe her husband had an affair on her, for several years.   This is the sort of trifling mess that keeps down the whole race of black women, mistresses whom have no respect for the wife nor marriage.   You do not even have respect for yourself when you hurt another black woman.

In the meantime, we will keep Mavis Hamilton in our prayers.  Let us pray for our dear sister right now:

Dear heavenly father, we bring our dear sister Mavis before you right now.   She is depressed because she is just now finding out about her cheating husband who had an affair on her for 5 years.   Jesus, we ask you to comfort our sister right now.   She must now go through life with unanswered questions.  Now she is a widow, but she most likely feels betrayed by her deceased husband, including the other woman who slept with him.   Lord, heal our sister in the mighty name of Jesus.   We rebuke any feelings of suicide that may come her way.   Jesus, be with our sister and comfort her with your love.  Let her know you love her more than her dead husband and even some selfish black women who do not care who they hurt during their scandalous affairs.  Let Mavis know she is more precious in your sight and you will make up for the lost love her husband failed to give her.  Bless our dear sister, in Jesus name.   Amen.

We pray Tracy Bennett and Wayne Hamilton is resting in peace.

Sisters, if you do not know the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, we invite you to go straight to our Salvation page and humbly accept Him into your life before it is everlasting too late.   God bless you and welcome to the family of God.

Reggae singer gunned down at seedy Bronx hotel mocked his accused killer in a song 

By Linda Spice In Milwaukee, And Jennifer H. Cunningham And Barry Paddock / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

The popular reggae singer gunned down with his secret girlfriend outside a seedy Bronx hotel had taunted his romantic rival and accused killer in song.

In “Nah Lef Joe,” released in 2010, Wayne Hamilton, 50, better known as Captain Barkey, sang of bedding a woman, then complaining in the chorus, “She tell me she nah lef Joe.”

Friends said the song was aimed at Joseph Kernizan...Read full article, here.

Source and Photo:
Photo: Darren Hauck for New York Daily News


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