- A heartbroken young man took to Twitter to speak about his past relationship
- @RNandiinotya tweeted two pictures of him and his now-ex-fiancée with a heartsore caption
- Twitter users came in to ask for more information whilst others offered comfort
Hearts are breaking after Twitter user @RNandiinotya (Ruben Natangwe) shared a seemingly painful tweet about his ex-fiancée. Explaining that he had lost the love of his life, Ruben wrote that they were to be married in December last year.
Unfortunately, he made what he calls a "mistake" by getting back with his ex-girlfriend whilst looking for comfort after the death of his step-mother. Ruben started the Twitter thread with the caption:
"Will I love again?"
This was paired with two pictures of him and his ex that would grab anyone's attention.
Some Twitter users wanted more information whilst others provided support to the heart-broken young man. Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"Sorry man. But they say a person that loves you won't leave you no matter what. Maybe she didn't feel as much as you feel and love is not always enough. Kukutaa! You will love again, first fall is the hardest, first cut the deepest. It's life."
"Hard pill to swallow is, she might never come back. When a woman is fed up and leaves it's premeditated. If at all she does accept you back, it would be after a few years of failed relationships. I know it might sound insensitive of me but it's the truth. I'm sorry bhuti!"
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Somizi Mhlongo had revealed that he's open to being in a polygamous marriage. Somizi Mhlongo dropped quite a few bombshells on his last episode of Dinner At Somizi's. The media personality revealed that he was totally cool with having more than one husband.
The Idols SA judge was speaking to Jub Jub on an episode of his hit show Dinner At Somizi's. Somizi said that polygamy was not a problem for him but he wasn't quite sure if his husband, Mohale, would approve.
He said that he'd like to have four or five husbands.
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