- A South African guy is causing a stir on Twitter for sharing a story that he just found out he is his girlfriend's side piece
- @Jah_Vinny_23 says he used his bae’s phone and discovered that his name is saved as the “Delivery Guy”
- Briefly News looks at the funny post where a number of the guy’s followers are now sharing some advice but some are laughing at him
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One guy just shared an unbelievable story on social media and that he went into his girlfriend’s phone only to find out he is the second option. @Jah_Vinny_23 says he discovered that bae saved his number and name as "Delivery Guy".
The poor guy also explains that he dialled the number to order food and sadly found out his phone rang. The Mzansi guy shared this startling story on Twitter and he is getting warnings that he must stay away from his lover’s mobile phone.
The post reads:
“You didn't have to.”
“Good I've been asking you out for a while now and you said no.”
“Do you need a shoulder to crayon.”
“Ah shem, maybe when you met you were working at Debonairs.”
“You deliver love moso hahaha.”
“Did you so maar deliver the food?”
“Do you perhaps need some counselling?”
“Yena aya kwini?”
“O lastag... next time mind your own business.”
Mzansi in disbelief: Woman shares horrible details of how she was dumped by 'mom-in-law'
In a related story regarding umjolo, Briefly News covered a story that South Africans are still in disbelief as they process a story of one woman who was dumped by her future mother-in-law.
The social media account holder says she received a call from the boyfriend’s mother telling her that bae had passed away.
@Lisa_Maliee has penned the sad story on Twitter, saying the mother explained that she didn’t want to see her at the funeral following the guy’s passing, allegedly in a car accident.
In a twist of events, the lady says she later bumped into the former bae at a mall and he was in the company of his wife and children.
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