Woman gives her boyfriend R250k, he takes it and marries his side chick

Woman gives her boyfriend R250k, he takes it and marries his side chick

Betrayal hurts- especially when it comes from the people you love. One woman, who remains unidentified, revealed how her boyfriend scammed her out of R250 000, which he used to marry his side chick.

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A woman's story was recently shared on Twitter and it was truly heartbreaking. In screenshots of messages between two people, a lady explains how she was betrayed by her fiance, who ruined her life.

The post was shared by @IamCatchvibe on 13 January, Briefly.co.za gathered.

He captioned the screenshots: "She gave her boyfriend 250k. Dude took the money and married a side chick. Read for yourself," he wrote.

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As @IamCatchvibe's post indicated, lost a lot of money. According to her recount, the alleged boyfriend needed quarter of a million rand for an investment opportunity.

Having no reason to distrust him, the oblivious woman emptied her savings account, which she originally opened for home rent, and gave it to her bae.

She said he was supposed to pay her back in a week, but, he went radio silent and she knew something was up.

The lady then found out her beau went off and married a side chick, using her money! However, things got worse from there on- she was kicked out of her home, she lost her job and her boyfriend got married.

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Read the woman's full messages below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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