Tweeps dumbfounded as man raises his cheating wife's baby as his own

Tweeps dumbfounded as man raises his cheating wife's baby as his own

A woman took to social media to share the story of a true 'king', however, tweeps were left shocked over the details.

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On Sunday, a woman who has been identified as Lei, shared a story of her cabby's driver, who supported his wife after she went into labour.

However, it soon became apparent the cabby's brother and his wife had an unconventional marriage.

She explained he works away from home and another man impregnated his wife. Lei added he accepted the little girl as his own because he loves his wife.

"My cabby came with his older brother this morning and we dropped him at UTH. His wife just had a baby girl and he's so excited. Apparently the baby isn't his because he works in Solwezi while she works here but he loves his wife & new daughter regardless. A KING!!" she captioned the post.

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Briefly.co.za learned tweeps were shook over the story and some even dubbed the man stupid for supporting his cheating wife by raising another man's child.

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However, one twee agreed the man was a king for forgiving his unfaithful spouse.

Chiseche, who goes by the Twitter handle @ChisecheSays, commented: "The best thing about this is how we all know/know of a woman who was brought an infant she didn't birth and automatically expected to love and raise the child. Yet somehow the opposite is unfathomable??The angry Y-chromosome carrying folk in the comments are well dizzy."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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