It ended in tears- Nigerian shares chat of his Fiancee who cancelled their wedding because of her ex
By Fiffytemi | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
An aggrieved Nigerian man known as Phillips has shared a WhatsApp chat between he and his wife to be who cancelled their wedding which is to hold in two weeks time. The soon to be wife chatted her fiance Phillips to drop the bomb to him, she explained how she met her ex boyfriend in blenco mall where she went to get some food stuffs. They exchanged phone numbers and met for three to four times and she stated have feelings for ex boyfriend.
He asked her to date him while she agreed. Her confused fiance thought it was a joke or prank at first but she affirmed it which made him cry.
See screenshots of their chats
If you were the guy what would you do to the woman and if you are the woman put yourself in the man's shoe and tell us what you would do if your were the man, please do let known your thoughts.
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