- A man who is still in love with his ex-girlfriend took to social media to share his sad story
- The man stated that his ex-girlfriend allegedly married another man after promising to love him, and only him, forever
- Comments from the public were mixed but the majority took the mickey out of him, shame
Many have said love makes us do crazy things, especially when we are completely blinded by emotions.
A brokenhearted Nigerian man is still battling his hurt from the time when the love of his life walked out on him and married another man.
Briefly.co.za learnt that, through a Twitter confession, Nwoke Oma explained how the lady he had dated for a year played him while the two were still together.
Oma said he had the chance to pack and leave after finding out his woman was not really his but still chose to stay as he hoped things would change.
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The jilted lad found out his bae was someone else's fiancée but decided not to act upon the shocking revelation.
He just sat still and hoped things would change. Shame.
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Completely heartbroken, Oma asked his fair lady whether she would dump him for another man and of course the woman lied through her teeth and let out an emphatic no!
"I will live and breathe for you," his bae said, thus putting all his worries to rest.
However, Oma was not prepared for what would happen next.
Three months after his lover's romantic declaration, the chap's sweetheart got married to another man, leaving him with a broken heart and an inconsolable soul.
Some netizens were understanding and tried their best to comfort him as they repeated Oma was not responsible for his ex-flame's unkind actions.
Still, some of the man's unforgiving followers could not understand why he did not run for the hills when he realised he was sharing his woman with another man.
Lol! The things we do for love
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