- Amused South Africans are hilariously reacting to a post on social media suggesting that a gogo was a victim of cheating
- @IamLadyeeElle has posted a shocking revelation by a gogo who relayed a big story as they recently shared a hospital ward
- While many feel for the elderly woman, some believe men will never change their cheating ways even if they get old
Some people believe relationships are a smooth ride for senior citizens but a social media user has expressed she recently found out it is actually different.
A Twitter account holder going by the name of @IamLadyeeElle shared an update of her hospital stay and is causing a stir on the social networking application.
Mbeki says she is sharing a hospital ward with a grandmother who told her about the grandfather, who is kind-of cheating on the old woman.
“Sharing a hospital room with an 87-year-old granny. She is telling me about how her 91-year-old husband left her for another woman last year. Yhoo bethuna umjolo nasebudaleni akho peace (Geez, there is no peace).”
“Apparently her husband is in a care home and one day he just stopped visitations from her. After making numerous inquiries she was handed a letter from her husband where he told her he had met someone else. Njani nha bethuna ehome?”
“The old man is getting rejuvenated.”
“Clearly there is no hope for our generation mos.”
“Marriage should have an expiry or review date.”
Briefly News previously ran a story on Mzilikazi wa Afrika, who shared the story of a 31-year-old man who is dating a woman 60 years older than him, a whoppimg 91 years old.
Needless to say, Black Twitter quickly reacted to the tweet and some of the responses were just hilarious.
One woman pointed out the ladies should not be concerned if they have not found true love yet, because their future baes are not born yet.
This website gathered the couple is Kyle Jones and Marjorie McCool from Pittsburgh. Stories of their love first started to make rounds back in 2014, when he was 31 and she 91.
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