US-Based Man Returns Home on Holiday to Surprise Lover, Ends Up Heartbroken: "You're Ungrateful"

US-Based Man Returns Home on Holiday to Surprise Lover, Ends Up Heartbroken: "You're Ungrateful"

  • A young man based in the US was left heartbroken by his girlfriend, whom he had been dating for many months
  • This was after the young man, who travelled to Ghana for the Easter Holiday, decided to put his girlfriend, Doris, through a loyalty test
  • Netizens were shocked that the lady could cheat on a man who had rented her an apartment in one of the most expensive suburbs

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A young man based in the US, who thought he was coming home to destress from the difficult life abroad, had his heart shattered into tiny pieces by his sweetheart.

Man finds out girlfriend is not loyal
A US-based man who went back home for a holiday found out his girlfriend was unfaithful through a loyalty test. Image: urbazon. Image used for illustration purposes only.
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Cheating lady exposed

The yet-to-be-identified young man had come to Ghana from the US for the Easter holidays but had the biggest shock of his life after his girlfriend, Doris, failed a loyalty test he put her through.

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According to narrations in a video sighted on Facebook, the young man decided to test his girlfriend before his return to the US with the help of Streetz Traffic, a prank content creator, to see if she truly loved him.

However, when Streetz Traffic called Doris on the phone and asked her to name her boyfriend, she mentioned another man as the one she was in a relationship with.

This broke the heart of the US-based man, who had rented an apartment at Cantonment for her.

"It's about time for me to leave and so I just wanted to know if she is real because she recently started doing some things that I don't understand. I often come here and I can't also ask anyone to monitor her for me; that would be childish. I told her I was leaving, but she didn't know I was still here so I wanted to test her," he said.

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Netizens console heartbroken man

Netizens who came across the video of the young man's ordeal on Facebook consoled and advised him to learn his lesson.

Pal Jay commented:

"So people still keep spending money on their girlfriends. I will rather give that money to my mother."

Alberta Akonga added:

"Some of us are here looking serious relationship not getting some too have the opportunity and they are misbehaving hmm this would no balance ooo."

Kobbie Addai said:

"The funny thing is she knew she didn't appreciate him and his deeds but was trying at first to convince him that he was a co tenant and then whatever she said was a joke just to see if she could get more out of him. This generation is so messed up."

Carlos Monner also said:

"If I am the guy I will go in for the rest of the money simple as that."

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Franz Okwan chimed in:

"Ungrateful sisterhood that’s why they becoming born 1 ,born 2 Everyday and they will become more in this generation .(Hallelujah)."

Man working in the US for over a decade returns home

Meanwhile, Briefly News shared that a Kenyan man who spent the past 13 years working in the United States shared a revelation that has prompted him to return to his roots. Opening up about his journey, Benson recounted his diverse work experience, including a four-year stint in the military.

Despite his professional success, Benson confessed to feeling a sense of emptiness, realising that he was sacrificing invaluable time for financial gain and wanted to be at home.

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