There is a viral report about a bride-to-be who has been caught cheating less than two weeks to her wedding.
This report has gathered mixed reactions on social media with many expressing anger.
A Tweep, identified as Queen Idoko with handle @quinsmilez, gave account of the scandal on her page.
She said in a period when her friend was left unguarded she fell into the charms of another man.
She wrote: “My girlfriend has just been caught cheating on her boyfriend of two years, 13 days to their wedding.
“I am going nuts right now. Somebody tell me, Why do people cheat on true love?
“Her reason being that she was left unguarded.
“Is this a bona-fide excuse?”
In another Tweet, Idoko said that she was not taking sides with her friend but she believed her fiance caused the scandal.
“I am not siding with my friend, but I blame the guy. He sent her to pick up something from the best-looking dude I’ve ever seen. I guess she was compromised. Never leave your woman unguarded.”
Her post has, however, generated mixed reactions online with many faulting her second post.
See their reactions below:
Not to be judgemental, I’ll have to say she’s a ho. And that’s putting it nicely.
— Dr Robinho (@Tomioscar) June 10, 2018
Def not her first time. Baba nla ho. What you mean unguarded??
— OdinSon (@Ezdeepayne) June 10, 2018
Why do would-be-brides do that. A girl was begging my friend to sleep with her just few days to her wedding.
— prince shehu audu (@IGONO) June 10, 2018
God knows the right and appropriate decisively
So just trust ur director…
— Otort Fashion (@otort_fash) June 11, 2018
She wanted to do last one…. E come hook her for neck
— CaptainSheshi (@CaptSheshi) June 10, 2018
It will shock you that she’s somehow correct though not justifiable. She was left unguarded base on her vulnerability then a sharp guy capitalized on her emotional weakness
— Ikpa Ette (@jaymata25) June 10, 2018
What do you mean unguarded? What happened to trust? He trusted her. So what is unguarded? Abeg let’s stop excusing rubbish
— ‘Khasome (@doraayobami) June 10, 2018
I don’t think it’s true love.
People are settling these days for various reasons, age, peer pressure, the feel of being married, and it’s greatly affecting homes.
I mean, the level of infidelity these days is just plain ridiculous.
— uchechukwukanma (@ucheonyebigwa) June 11, 2018