- A stunning South African woman shared her heartwrenching story of being ghosted by her lover
- @nubian6 shared an image of her and her former bae to Twitter, saying they hadn't spoken in eight months
- She was showered with love, support and advice from kind strangers on the internet while others shared their own stories
After being ghosted by her bae, a South African lady took to Twitter to share her heartbreak. @nubian6 shared an image of herself and her former lover to the social networking site with a heartwrenching caption.
@nubian6 explained that she had a very serious relationship with the man. Getting to a point where she bought a stroller set as they were trying for a baby. The last words he said to her were "I love you," the two haven't spoken in eight months.
South African Twitter users showed love and kindness to the heartbroken woman. Many sent her words of advice while others shared their own stories of Twitter heartbreak.
Take a look at her tweet below:
Take a look at some of the responses to her tweet below:
"You are so beautiful and you look like you are well mannered. You are just looking for an honest guy to settle down with, unfortunately every man you meet will suffer for his sins. But we are not the same, some of us we are looking to settle but we also meet women like him."
"You deserve better sweetie."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on locals sharing heartbreaking tales of being ghosted. After KayaFM radio personality Tbose asked Twitter users to share their ghosting stories, it became just how clear ghosting can harm people.
"Have you ever been ghosted? How did it affect you? Why is ghosting so rife these days? Is it easier than a breakup? Does it hurt more than a breakup? #WhyGhostingHurts," tweeted Tbose on the KayaFM page.
Soon locals were using the hashtag to share stories of either how they had been ghosted or how they ghosted someone else. While some of the stories were very funny, other stories were pretty heartbreaking, shining a light on how painful it can actually feel to be ignored by someone that feigned having a romantic interest in you.
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