– A young woman recently took to Twitter with screenshots of a conversation between a married man and herself
– During the online conversation, the young lady repeatedly reminds the man that he is married, which he ignores completely
– Disapproving Twitter users shared their thoughts in the comments section
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A beautiful young South African lady recently exposed rotten tendencies certain married men seem to have – which are lying and cheating. In her Twitter post, @maity101 shared screenshots of a conversation between her and a married man.
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In screenshots, a married man seems to be shooting his shot at the young lady who finds herself needing to remind him that he is married. After she reminds him about the commitment he made to his wife he insists that he has feelings for her, requesting that they just give the relationship a try.
She captioned the eye-opening tweet:
“Le bona married men guys, yesses. These people live to embarrass their wives.”
Twitter users, who seemed just as disgusted as she was, headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on this married man’s willingness to cheat on his wife. Many of them expressed how this has been happening for years.
Read their thoughts below.
“Nothing new. This has been happening since mankind. Brace yourself ladies.”
“But this one seems ‘savable’. He could stop, he has too much energy that needs to be redirected to a good cause.”
“Are they even from this planet?”
A young woman shared screenshots of a married man asking her out. Source: Twitter/@maity101
In other news, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @SamSoja has proposed to a lady he met on the microblogging site two years after sliding into her DM.
The lady identified with the Twitter handle @_Olayimika took to her page to make the disclosure on Tuesday, August 4.
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