A Nigerian guy has turned to Twitter to tell the story of how his ex-girlfriend destroyed his heart after he helped her start a business.
According to the man who goes by the Twitter handle @Ikhuoria, he started a POS business for his girlfriend because she was unemployed, but he had no idea that she was using the money to pay for another man's university studies.
He discovered out when she came to stay with him for the weekend and he noticed messages from the guy on her phone. His partner eventually revealed that the man was her ex-boyfriend, he claimed.
He tweeted on his wall;
I was in a relationship with a girl back then. I opened a POS shop for her to handle since she didn’t have a job, while I have my own personal business I am running. I never knew this babe was using my money to sponsor a guy to complete his university education. I didn’t even know not until she came to my house to spend weekend. But as she was bathing, a message popped from her phone. I started to read the message. The guy was telling my babe that he needs foodstuffs that she should send him money. When I asked her she told me the guy was her ex. I trusted her so much. I was really in pains when she told me.
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