Woman Prepares to Finally Meet Man She’s Been Chatting to for a Year and 9 Months, Gets Ghosted Last Minute

Woman Prepares to Finally Meet Man She’s Been Chatting to for a Year and 9 Months, Gets Ghosted Last Minute

  • A woman was crushed after giving a man one year and nine months of her life just to be ghosted
  • Twitter user Heroine Vhutali Nethengwe was so excited to meet the man she had been chatting with finally but met with disappointment instead
  • People let the woman know that no man makes anyone wait that long unless he is playing with them

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While meeting online is nothing new, waiting over a year to meet someone is fishy and one patient woman learnt that the hard way.

Sad woman and man that ghosted her
Twitter user Heroine Vhutali Nethengwe got ghosted by a man she had give over a year of her life to. Imaeg: Getty Images
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Online dating has made meeting the right person interesting. Catfishes and scammers are everywhere, and you have to know how to fish them out.

Twitter user Heroine Vhutali Nethengwe shared her excitement to finally meet the man she had given one year and nine months of her life to.

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Sadly, the sweet woman updated her people and told her he had ghosted her last minute.

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“I met this guy last year march and it’s our first meet up today.... After a year and 9 months of talking stage I can't wait.”
“Yooo guys he is not taking my calls na I am blocking him shame no ways ... I can't.”

Briefly News got in contact with the woman, and while she was reluctant to type the whole story out, she did share that she'd never get herself into a mess like this again.

Heronine was even talking to the man's sister and went on to block the lot after being ghosted by him.

"Bathong, I was also in the talking stage with his sister and his mother and today he missed me after promising me a meetup and I had to block the whole family."

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The people of Mzansi feel for the woman

While people felt sorry for her, many feel she should have seen it coming. Waiting that long is not normal.

Take a look at what some people had to say:

@KayznanaM said:

“I've got this guy we met four years back but we never met, the way we talk and call each you would swear siyazana.”

@WayShembe said:

“He's baby mama probably gave birth or was pregnant in March. She's now going him to her family for Christmas he can finally see you with a clear conscience.”

@savage_blarbie said:

“I met this guy for the first time last year after talking to him from 2015 he's the best❤️”

@flower__Blosom said:

“I want to tag this guy I was in a similar situation with and we never met. We used to video call every night even sekwi groove and then he ghosted me months kater we both live in Cape Town btw men are not good people.”

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@EveMutheki said:

“It's a scam. An online talking stage lasts longer than a month and you start looking elsewhere, it's fun to keep it going on though, for the long lonely nights.”

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In related news, Briefly News reported that a local woman has headed online to express her absolute devastation after being completely ignored by her partner. The troubled young woman sent a lengthy text which was ultimately brushed off by the man she loves.

Heading online, @awholesomehunnn shared the heartbreaking news:

"I sent a whole paragraph about how I've been feeling and he's acting like he didn't see it??? Yoh ha ah," she captioned the post along with many teary faced emojis.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.