Man begs his ex to pretend to be his Valentine: I'll pay you

Man begs his ex to pretend to be his Valentine: I'll pay you

Social media was flooded with romantic stories on Valentine's Day - however, some of the posts managed to raise some eyebrows.

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On Tuesday, a beautiful lady, who goes by the Twitter handle @golandayuerrero, shared a screenshot of her messages.

The texts are allegedly from her ex, who begged her to pretend that they were still together on Valentine's Day because he does not want to tell his mom they broke up.

"Hey I know we broke up but can you come over for Valentine's Day and act like we together and sh*t I don't wanna tell my mom we broke up yet," the first message read.
He then added: "I'll pay you."

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Briefly.co.za gathered the post sparked quite the reaction and a lot of ladies said the "I'll pay you" message won them over.

Twitter user @ctayloor15 commented: "at first, i was like nah. but when i saw the 'I’ll pay you'.. secure the bag."
Another tweep, @tapeyaknow, added: "Yes, honestly if it’s faking a relationship and he’s paying?? Hell yeah."

However, other tweeps felt her ex was up to something and maybe he wanted to get back together.

Social media user @hernameisari2 wrote: "he could’ve easily told her y’all were going out for Valentine’s Day and then tomorrow he could leave the house for the day. sis he’s got something up his sleeve."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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