- A young woman recently publicly confessed that she was slowly becoming uninterested in her boyfriend
- Taking to Twitter, the young woman responded to a question about what people were losing interest in
- South African Twitter users were shook at how she was able to declare something like that with seemingly no emotion and were soon talking in the comment section
Contrary to popular belief, not all is fair in love and war - especially not love. A young South African woman proved this after she heartlessly confessed that she was slowly losing interest in her boyfriend.
Heading online, the young lady with the Twitter handle @_tshegzin responded to a question asked by another young lady with the Twitter handle @Celousrach, who wanted to know what people on her timeline were slowly losing interest in:
"My boyfriend," she wrote, seemingly very unemotional about the dreadful slow downfall of her relationship.
Mzansi was truly shaken at how cold she was coming across and wasted no time in pointing this out to her. Many started speculating that she was probably seeing someone else. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
@Michael_Bucwa, aka Mr Smeg, said:
"I am so sorry. I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on."
"Chances are you're entertaining someone else."
"She’s hundred percent entertaining another man, like the same movie just different characters."
"Some people still have the audacity to ask: 'Why do you have trust issues?'."
"Kwenzeka nton thunayth? Why ningasafun abantu benu."
"Here’s what people miss. Y’all think you’re gonna find your partner attractive until you die. You will lose interest in your partners at some point."
In other Briefly News relationship news, a man has taken to social media to disclose that his friend intends to propose to his girlfriend, but he has a secret and knows that she has cheated on his mate.
The man with the handle @The_Nifemi asked people on the social media platform if he should snitch on his friend's girlfriend or just let the situation carry on without interference. In @The_Nifemi's words:
"My friend wants to propose to an unfaithful partner. Should I snitch and tell him?"
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