- A woman took to social media to share screenshots of a conversation between her boyfriend and her sister
- She revealed that her sister sent her the images as proof of her bae's betrayal
- Her boyfriend revealed that he had been in love with her sister all along
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A woman, Slie Mbatha, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share screenshots her sister sent her. Mbatha explained she found out her boyfriend of the past three years have been hitting on her sister.
Mbatha's sibling decided to send her screenshots of the messages her bae sent her and it left her heartbroken. She captioned the post:
"So what do you do if your boyfriend of three years wants your sister? I'm not feeling well, my sister sent me these shots."
Take a look at the post below:
Her post gathered over 2 000 reactions and South Africans were shocked over her boyfriend's betrayal.
Twitter user, @FitMasi, commented:
"I ended a friendship with a guy who pulled this on me phofu. He was dating my friend also!!! I was so disgusted."
Social media user, @loveLife_CEO, wrote:
"Sorry sisi. Thank God your sister loves you and has your back. Hugs to you."
Another tweep, @EzamaCirha, added:
"Sorry Slie, your sister has a good heart, be strong girl."
Meanwhile, four beautiful black friends took an amazing shot after graduating from the University of Michigan with degrees in engineering which quickly went viral after their photo hit social media.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the handle of George Murry, a popular photographer and activist, the brilliant young ladies graduated on May 15, 2020, from the famous university in the United States.
It is indicated that black women are fast becoming the most educated racial/gender demographic in the United States of America with their stunning feats.
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