Social media user explains why women are better at cheating than men

Social media user explains why women are better at cheating than men

- A Nigerian man has taken to the Twitter platform to explain why he believes women are better at cheating than men

- According to him, the men these women cheat with have no intentions of replacing their boyfriends/husbands

- For the mistresses of these married men, however, it becomes a competition to replace the wife/main girlfriend

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It is often heard that men are better at being unfaithful than women. This appears to be the popular belief in the dating world. However, one Twitter user seems to disagree.

Identified as 3didiong on Twitter, he believes Nigerian women cheat and get away with it because the men they cheat with have no intentions of replacing their partners.

However, mistresses who cheat with already-taken men often get ahead of themselves and want to be the only woman in their lives.

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He wrote: "Nigerian women cheat but are rarely caught because the people the women are cheating with have no intentions of replacing the main bfs/husbands. But small cheat that man is cheating, the sidey is already following the main on IG and dropping subs like say na contest. Witchcraft behaviour."

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Meanwhile, A poster of a controversial women's seminar has set social media ablaze. The He Cheats, You Cheat conference is set in Johannesburg next month and has left many with a lot to say.

According to the poster being shared on social media, the aim of the conference is to re-ignite women's self-esteem by encouraging them to cheat back when their partner's cheat.

Briefly.co.za noticed that it has received overwhelming support from social media users, even though most of them seemed amused.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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