- A man's relationship drama has set Twitter abuzz after coming online to announce that he suspected a paternity fraud
- @ceorashad_'s post blew up as many struggled for words on the best advice to offer him in his moment of great pain
- Since the man's tweet went live, he has been making short posts as a way to show tweeps he is going through emotional crises
A man with the Twitter handle @ceorashad_ is presently hurting as he found out his wife may have played a fast one on him concerning the paternity of the baby he thought was his.
In a tweet on Wednesday, January 13, the man said he found out he might not be the father of the infant.
What made his whole announcement on Twitter dramatic was that he quoted an earlier tweet where he bought a designer bag and other items for his wife as push gifts.
The said earlier tweet was made six months ago on Wednesday, July 1, making the baby around that same age.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered thousands of comments. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"What do you want us to say?"
"You can never satisfy a woman, fear women."
"You definitely could’ve kept that off Twitter."
"If she says you’re the father, you’re the father, I don’t care even if the DNA says otherwise."
"Y’all need to normalise getting DNA tests."
In other news about disputed paternity, Briefly.co.za reported earlier last years that King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo had disowned his son Prince Azenathi and demanded a DNA test be conducted to prove the acting ruler is indeed his child.
Briefly.co.za reported that Dalindyebo had been arrested in March after a rampage through his palace shortly after he had been released on bail in December.
DispatchLIVE had reported at the time that Dalindyebo sent a message to his wife and Azenathi's mother Queen Nocollege Dalindyebo, revealing how badly the disgraced ruler had wanted to distance himself from his son.
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