Remi Chuene

Three men are nothing to one woman in bed, according to Rami Chuene, a popular actress from the BET show Isono.

Rami, who plays Jumima Ndlovu, was reacting to Reverend Kenneth Meshoe, the ACDP’s chief, who gave a speech about women and polyandry.

“If a woman has a relationship with three men; and all want her on the same night; what will happen?” Asked Meshoe. Rami said; was there no one who told the good Reverend that women can take three men in one day; in hours.

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“Not just to take them but to make them get down on their knees; one man at a time; and also on the following day; a woman will continue to shake her butt as if he had not had sex for weeks.” Said Rami.

“It makes me laugh to think that men still underestimate women when it comes to sex.” Explained Rami; who has been in the entertainment industry for 25 years.

She said; “what makes men think women are scared of them; is because no one has been a trailblazer in this regard.” Many women agreed with Rami; but other men said what she is saying is a disgrace and she is talking about prostitutes not ordinary women.

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“You have never come across a real man.” Said Sgwili Sangempela.

Rami has played the role of Gracious “TGOM” Mabuza in The Queen; Thato in Scandal! and Khomotjo Mojalefa in Muvhango. In all these roles she played a role of a strong woman.

The South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) recognised her role in the show Isono, and she was nominated in the category of Best Supporting Actress-Telenovela.

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In this group, she will compete against other well-known actresses in the industry, such as Michelle Botes, who portrays Angeliqotherue Price in M-Legacy Net’s (DStv 101), and Quanita Adams, who portrays Leatita Meintjies in kykNET’s Arendsvlei (DStv 144).

Many of her acting colleagues, including Loyiso McDonald, who plays Kagiso Khoza in The Queen, congratulated her on social media. Dineo Langa who formerly played the role of Kea Khoza in The Queen; Nokuthula Mavuso and Renate Stuurman.