A man identified as Mekzy on Twitter has shared a painful experience about his ex-girlfriend, who he paid her school fees in the University.
According to Mekzy, he had to pay the school fees of his ex-girlfriend in 2012 because her parents could not afford the bill.
He noted that when the father of the lady in question heard about what he had done he offered to give him two hundred thousand naira, but he declined out of love.
Mekzy claimed that he told his ex that she could use the money for whatever she wanted, but the latter dumped him and even invited him for her wedding.
He wrote in a post on his Twitter account, “I paid school fees for a lady I was dating in my year 2 in 2012. Her parents couldn’t pay at the time, so I paid. Months later when her father gave her the 200k to give me, I told her to keep it and do whatever she wants with it because of love. She still put my heart in a blender.
“Can’t even talk about the other things I did for her because it’s just too embarrassing. Forget o, person don mumu for love.
“Mama still had the audacity to call me in our final year to ask for forgiveness and to invite me to her wedding, saying that my attendance will proof that I’ve forgiven her.”
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