Woman Who Stuck by Bae in Wheelchair After Car Accident Gets Cheated on as Soon as He Could Walk

Woman Who Stuck by Bae in Wheelchair After Car Accident Gets Cheated on as Soon as He Could Walk

  • A lady shared how her partner of six months was involved in a car accident just two months into their relationship
  • In a tweet, @reybecar_ disclosed that her man was unable to walk and was restricted to being in a wheelchair for four months
  • She said she had been present and supportive during his recuperation but was left heartbroken as soon as he could walk again

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A heartbroken woman took to social media to share her pain when her man betrayed her after she had stuck by his side during a challenging time in his life.

Twitter user @reybecar_ shared a post about her break-up, where she revealed that her partner of six months was involved in a car accident just two months into their relationship.

Accidents, Relationships, South Africa, Woman, Stuck by Bae, Wheelchair, Car Accident, Cheated
A lady couldn't believe how her man betrayed her after she stuck by his side after his car accident. Image: @reybecar_/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Her man was left wheelchair-bound after the tragedy but she chose to stick by him. However, nothing could have prepared her for what he’d do next once he had regained his ability to walk again.

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“I dated my bf for 6 months, on the 2nd month of our relationship he got into an accident and was in a wheelchair for 4 months, during those months I was there for him and all, long story cut short, he got back to his feet last week, the first thing he had to do was to cheat on me,” @reybecar_ wrote in the tweet.

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Although some peeps found her story farfetched, many users responded with support and words of advice.

@WambuguJoyce remarked:

“This is why you should be wicked to men.”

@BabyDee_25 commented:

“He probably cheated with someone he felt was there for him the most.”

@AdelekeFunmi18 wrote:

“So sorry dear. But if I am not gonna be biased, men's love language is ‘care’. Which makes me feel there is more to the story. Because men get drawn more, towards an affectionate woman, a caring woman, who is there for them at their vulnerable times. Or am I wrong? ✌️”

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@Future_Landlady replied:

“Some partners are not worth your kindness tbh... how I wish we can identify an unworthy partner from the first time we see them so we don’t invest and waste our time and efforts.”

@larry_hotsense said:

“During those months I was there for him and all. You were there for him and I strongly doubt that you were with him, there's a big difference. Probably the girl he cheated on you with was with him while you were there for him.”

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In another story, Briefly News reported that social media users are absolutely entertained by one local couple who took to Twitter to air their dirty laundry.

It all started when @IsulamaZwide boisterously shared that he once dumped a woman for spelling his name incorrectly and would never tolerate poor writing skills in a woman again. Evidently, his current lover @Thembisile_Q was not at all impressed by the post and dared her bae to cut her loose.

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Source: Briefly News

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