A guy known as Babson Akobi Papaye on facebook has taken to his timeline to write the story of how he was hurt and deceived by a girl he really loved according to the story.
He has strongly written against opposite sex bestfriends and has a large number of people supporting him.According to him alot of people after reading his own pathetic story has gone to inbox him with appreciation and some also sharing their bitter experience in relationships caused by the so-called bestie.
Alot of guys have used this bestie medium to deceive lots of girls and also girls to break relationships.
But sometimes it's good as you would have someone to talk to everytime someone who is always ready to what you have to say,someone who doesn't disregard your words.
It is good if it is used positively but now the teens and youths are turing it into something else.
Here is a screenshot of what he wrote The story has also gotten more than 400 shares on facebook which is also an evidence that alot of have had one bitter experience or the other from this set of people.
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