Kenyan Lady Visits Lover Only to Find Another Woman in His House: “My Heart Sunk”

Kenyan Lady Visits Lover Only to Find Another Woman in His House: “My Heart Sunk”

  • A woman was shocked after discovering her partner was having an affair with another lady
  • The woman had visited her man to deliver food she had cooked for him, only to be ushered into his house by the other lady
  • She disclosed they had planned to spend time together, but her man changed plans, telling her he was going to see his mum

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A Kenyan lady has narrated how she discovered her man was cheating.

A sad lady sitting down while holding her head.
A lady is sad after finding out her boyfriend was unfaithful. Photo used for illustration purposes only. Image: Getty Images
Source: UGC

Lady exposes cheating boyfriend

Sharing her story on, she narrated how she cooked and took some food to carry to work for lunch to her man, only to be met by a surprise she did not expect.

Upon arriving at her boyfriend's place, a petite lady who referred to her man as 'babe' ushered her into the house.

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The man was in the shower and after he was done, he came to her and she simply shook her head and said nothing.

"I packed it nicely, and went to his place. He lives like 10 minutes away from me. Luckily I found the gate open and didn't have to call him to come down, just went directly to his house, all smiles, preparing how I'll surprise him and how happy he'll be since his favourite food is pilau.
"I knocked twice, and this petite girl opened up. My heart sunk. I asked where the guy was, he's in the shower, she said. Then was like, 'Babe, someone is looking for you'. My tummy churned and twisted painfully. He came out I looked at him, shook my head and left. I couldn't even ask a thing," she narrated.

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The lady revealed that they had planned to spend time together the previous day, but he excused himself, claiming he would spend time with his mother.

After the incident, the lady went back to her house and disclosed that the man called her several times, but she couldn't pick up the phone.

"This is a guy I had seen potential with. We had plans. Yesterday, we were to spend together, but he said he's gonna spend Mother's Day with his mum till late. I am numb. I can't even cry. I ate that pilau immediately I got home .The nerve of him calling me eight times. Aii enough of men acha nikatafute pesa (let me look for money)," she said.

Reactions to woman's post about cheating partner

Her post elicited mixed reactions, and below is what netizens had to say:

Julio1093 reacted:

"Y'all keep simping. There's enough dust for y'all."

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Cute_Perspective4059 said:

"I used to be a simp too niliacha hayo mambo. Now I take pride in being an independent woman."

Powerful-Guitar-6396 shared:

"I remember one time I called a boyfriend and a girl picked up and quickly hung up. But we talked for a proper 10 seconds before she hung up. He called back and when I questioned him he said I was hearing my own things. Hehehe. My chest!"

Sergy_Legendary exclaimed:

"How guys manage several ladies at the same time beats me, either am slow or just like dealing with one lady at a time me huona ka naeza jikoroga continue a story with the other."

Expert shares co-parenting hacks after infidelity

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that a woman shared that she is facing challenges after having a baby with her boyfriend, who broke her trust in their relationship. The exhausted new mom opened up about the disagreements she has had with the father of her child.

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Speaking to Briefly News, Shelly Lewin, a relationship expert and certified SACAP (The South African College of Applied Psychology) counsellor, shared tips on co-parenting effectively, including putting the child's best interests before any personal conflict. She highlighted the importance of separating the partner's wrongdoing as a spouse from their role as a parent.

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