- A disgruntled wife has shared her husband's private conversations
- In the screenshots, the husband is seen flirting with another woman
- He even offers to pay the woman for unsavoury extra-marital activities
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A fuming wife, Twitter user Hiswife01, has exposed her cheating husband and his side bae on social media. She posted screenshots of conversations he had with a woman in which he was offering to pay her for sexual relations.
Her post read:
"I have access to my husband's Twitter and he doesn’t know. He is currently in Durban at Zimbali with another man’s wife. Can we find the husband and tell him to go get his wife. I am already packing and divorcing this dog."
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In the screenshots, the husband offered to pay the side a total of R15 000 for three nights. The messages also show that he requested photos from her, while he also sent a revealing photo of himself. The wife exposed the woman's Twitter handle and pictures. She, however, refused to expose who her husband was.
Initially, social media users reacted with shock at the post. Twitter user said LeratoRSA said:
"They get innocent young girls and take advantage of the fact that most people are vulnerable and they unemployment rate ain't doing justice too... Yhoo! I'm stressed now @tumisole please have a look at this thread."
While Mashoto said:
"This is too much bethuna , a whole salary."
"Tag your husband Sis before the Women's League starts singing men are trash anthem."
However, after a bit of investigating, some concluded that the post was either fake or shared by the husband himself due to inconsistencies. Tracking the activities of the account back to just a few months ago, the content was did not appear to be consistent with that of a "wife". It seems more like a single man was using the account.
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The explosive post still has many divided about whether it's in fact real or another social media gimmick.
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