- A man, Sandile Wakwa Mdluli, took to Twitter to share how his girlfriend betrayed him
- Mdluli revealed his bae cheated on him and ended up getting pregnant by the man she had an affair with
- He was willing to give her another shot but she refused to keep her baby daddy in the dark and Mdluli ended the relationship
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Relationships don't always work out and sometimes people are unfaithful. One man, Sandile Wakwa Mdluli, revealed his girlfriend got pregnant after she had been unfaithful.
He wrote on Monday:
"My girlfriend is pregnant, and the child is not mine."
Take a look at the post below:
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He added that he asked the woman to keep the baby a secret but she refused, adding she could not do it to her 'man'.
"When I asked her if the other guy knows she said no, told her not to tell him, we'll raise the kid as ours, she told me she can't do that to her child and her 'man'."
Mdluli said both he and his girlfriend know he would have provided better for her and the baby. However, he has had enough and decided to leave.
"Problem is that, her and I know for a fact that the guy won't take care of the child better than her and I would. It's sad that she is just going to end up as a single mother, who will struggle taking care of her children, but I'm gone."
Tweeps were shocked over his revelations and said he deserved better than a cheating woman.
Twitter user, @Themba32784573, commented:
"She doesn't deserve you bafoza. You are a good man. Find a woman who will appreciate you."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another South African who was betrayed by her partner. A young woman poured her heart out via social media, as she revealed that her boyfriend was cheating.
In fact, the man of her dreams has actually been married to another woman the entire time. Her revelation went viral via social media with South Africans only too keen to hand out advice.
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