Only married couples have the right to complain about cheating - Nigerian man

Only married couples have the right to complain about cheating - Nigerian man

A Nigerian man recently took to Twitter to shake tables and give his opinion on a relationship issue. As the mini-blogging site is the place where people take to rant, the young guy deemed it fit to also pour out his mind through his own page.

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According to the man whose name on Twitter is @kommedy_klub opined that when it came to complaining about cheating, only married people have the right to it.

For the young man, those who were still in a relationship and called themselves boyfriends and girlfriends did not have any right to complain if one of their partners were caught cheating.

For him, those who were still claiming to be dating were as good as 'fornicating' to him so they should not exactly have an opinion about their partner's other love affairs.

See his post below:

"Only legally married couples have the right to complain about cheating. Not some two confused, undefined fornicators called boyfriend/girlfriend."

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When it came to shaking tables with relationship talks, @kommedy_klub has a plate full of tweets dedicated to this. Recently, he took to telling ladies not to also cheat when their boyfriends do the same.

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See some of his funny tweets below:

Quite some interesting tweets!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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