Twitter can't handle video of wife confronting her hubby and his side chick

Twitter can't handle video of wife confronting her hubby and his side chick

Tweeps were left shook after a video went viral, which showed a wife confronting her cheating husband in front of his girlfriend.

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For some people, the vows they make on their wedding day is nothing more than words- so, they cheat and lie.

One man was caught being unfaithful by his wife- and she recorded the confrontation, which took place in front of his bae.

However, social media users were left shocked over the man's reaction. The video showed the woman telling her hubby he can't have both her and his side chick, but, her words did not seem to faze him.

The video was shared on social media on Tuesday, and it sparked quite the reaction on Twitter, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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South Africans were left shook over the man's "don't care" attitude and they used the social media platform to give their two cents on the footage.

Lo Candice Wenu, who goes by the Twitter handle @Candee_Leigh, commented: "I’m so defeated.. but I like that she’s not trying to fight uSli because “usheliwe” she will fight her husband... but also this man ain’t moved coz he told her."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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