- A married man who had grown suspicious that his wife may be involved in extra-marital affairs took on the task of carrying out an investigation himself
- He DMed one of her male friends using her Whatsapp with an 'I love you' message and got an emoji in reply
- Photo of the chat screenshot has sparked mixed reactions on social media with many knocking the man for having insecurity issues
A man was left stunned after he resorted to private chat his wife's male friends to verify if she was cheating on him.
The man got ahold of the lady's Whatsapp and sent a man an 'I love you' message, as seen in a photo shared by @thetattleroom on Instagram.
The unsuspecting male friend replied to the message with an emoji that expressed shock.
The 'detective' husband then responded:
"Nah her husband dey chat you ooo...just trying to know if you are also part of the people messaging her at the back.
"You passed the test sir."
Outrage trail his action
His approach and action angered many social media users and earned him backlash as people thought he had insecurity and trust issues.
"Pele.. Mr examiner… o ni “you passed the test” MENT ‼️"
"What if the guy wasn’t in the mood to reply “I love you too” ?"
"This one will give himself self made Bp."
"Ah,so what if he said I love u back."
"Na this one go follow him wife go cheat and still be watchman."
"That's a very dumb n insecure thing to even thing."
Man proposes to lady with first DM
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a gentleman identified on Twitter as Grand Leech with the handle @_1Leech has put out how he was able to win a lady he admired on social media beginning with his very first message.
In the post that was sighted by Briefly News on his personal handle, Grand Leech shared screenshots of how he started the chat and also showed a picture of them together now.
Grand Leech began by complementing the beautiful young lady and mentioned his desire to meet her in person to see more for himself and later added that he is willing to wait for as long as it may take.
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Source: Briefly News