- A lady identified as Maame Fosua Fosua has recounted her experience with her ex-boyfriend
- She disclosed in a post that she was dumped by her boyfriend who went on to marry another lady
- Fosua said her former lover recently found out that his first child is not in fact his and his wife has also left him
A lady identified as Maame Fosua Fosua has recounted her experience after her long-time boyfriend dumped her to marry another lady.
In a post on Facebook which had generated over 1,000 reactions and more than 2,000 comments as at the time of this publication, Fosua revealed that she had been happy in a relationship with this young man whom she loved dearly.
Briefly.co.za learnt that according to her, they dated for some time until she was hit with the unexpected from her boyfriend.
Fosua narrated that after years of being faithful to her lover, he broke her heart - he married another lady instead of her.
''I dated this guy whom I love so much, when it was time for him to marry he married someone else, I was cool with it because I was very young,’’ the early part of her post read.
Fosua recounted that a month after her ex-boyfriend’s wedding, life threw extreme bitter lemons at her.
She lost her mom and things became very hard for her.
''I ask this guy for help, he never even picked up my calls. He will rather give the phone to his wife for her to insult me. I look edfor help elsewhere.''
Fosua said after five years, just last in the month of May, she met him and he wasn't the same as before.
She said her former boyfriend, who broke her heart when he left her while they were dating to marry another woman, apologised to her.
''He saw me he said hmmm Ama am sorry and a I said why, so I ask how is the family doing and [he responded with a big sigh].''
''I stopped asking, and he narrated the story that his wife left him for her ex guy, and their first boy is not his and I said wow and the wife has left the two girls with him, now my problem is he want me to take care of them for him, I told him I will think about it, now he calls like 100 times a day.’’
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