Man says women who dump cheating boyfriends aren't ready for marriage

Man says women who dump cheating boyfriends aren't ready for marriage

- People have different views on how to react in a relationship where one person has been unfaithful and one man shared his controversial views

- The man addressed women who dump their cheating boyfriends without giving them a second chance

- He said those ladies are not ready for marriage yet because wives go through the most to make their relationship work

- Needless to say, the post sparked quite the reaction and female social media users were not exactly fans of his views

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Relationships are hard work and sometimes only the smallest mistake results in everything crashing down. For many people, cheating is a definite no and a valid reason to end a relationship at once.

However, there are those who have controversial views on how to react to infidelity in a relationship.

A man, who was only identified by his social media handle @LuminaRy_Thuma, ruffled feathers online when he shared his views on women who dump their cheating boyfriends without giving them a second chance.

The tweep revealed that he believes these women are not ready to get married because they have no idea what wives have to go through.

His post read:

"Girls who get cheated on and dump the guy without giving him a second chance, are not ready for marriage... Do you know what wives go through??"

Take a look at the post below:

Man says women who dump cheating boyfriends aren't ready for marriage

Social media user @LuminaRy_Thuma believes women should be able to forgive cheating baes or else they are not ready for marriage. Photo: @LuminaRy_Thuma.
Source: Twitter

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South Africans, especially women, were not fans of @LuminaRy_Thuma's views and many said it was an example of a toxic relationship.

Twitter user, @Kholofelokim, commented:

"If that's how it is. For the love of God stay with your marriages. I will go tour the world or something."

Another tweep, @sotobe_amanda, added:

"I hate how emotional abuse is normalized, everyday we reminded on this app how pathetic men are. I truly really do feel sorry for the woman you going to get married to."

Social media user, @ashney_m, wrote:

"As if you would give a girl a second chance. Once you give a guy a 2nd chance be prepared to give him a 3rd, 4th etc chance."

A lady, @BoiLilly, said:

"It's a no from me. Traumatise myself and take my self esteem and worth through the mud for what??"

Clearly, not everyone shares @LuminaRy_Thuma's views. In fact, Briefly.co.za previously reported a woman decided to expose her cheating husband online.

The fuming wife, Twitter user Hiswife01, aired her cheating husband and his side bae's dirty laundry 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 hate how emotional abuse is normalised, everyday we reminded on this app how pathetic men are. I truly really do feel sorry for the woman you going to get married to."his wife. I am already packing and divorcing this dog."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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