Woman buys her own engagement ring, boyfriend pawns it to fix car

Woman buys her own engagement ring, boyfriend pawns it to fix car

- A woman, Malondi, revealed on Twitter how her bae screwed her over

- Malondi said she bought herself an engagement ring because her boyfriend said he could not afford one

- However, instead of proposing, the man pawned it and used the money to fix his car

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On Wednesday, a woman, who was simply identified as Malondi, wrote how her boyfriend betrayed her.

She revealed her boyfriend claimed he could not afford to buy an engagement ring. So, she took it upon herself to buy the ring.

However, instead of proposing, her bae took the ring and pawned it to fix his car.

Her post read:

"I bought an engagement ring for him to propose, because he once told me he couldn't afford to buy one for me. He took the ring, pawned it and fixed his car. I'm still breathing through the wound!"

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South Africans reacted to her tweet and some felt sorry for Malondi while other said it was not a wise move on her side.

Twitter user, @Puseletso17, commented:

"Oh babes. Were you going to give him the lobola money too?"

Another tweep, @iKhutso, added:

"Love makes human beings do crazy things."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on a man who was left heart-broken by his girlfriend. Berry Ndumiso thought he had met the love of his life.

In fact, he was so sure he bought a beautiful engagement ring and planned to propose. In January, Ndumiso wrote on Twitter that he couldn't wait for Valentine's Day because he planned to pop the big question.

Sadly, his bae rejected the proposal and left Ndumiso with a broken heart. On Tuesday, Ndumiso reflected on his previous Twitter post and revealed he would never again put himself in that position.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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