Reactions as woman considers lending hubby's GHC12k to her ex-boyfriend

Reactions as woman considers lending hubby's GHC12k to her ex-boyfriend

- A woman recently took to social media to share her predicament involving an ex-boyfriend

- Her husband who is a civil servant moonlights as a taxi driver and has managed to save up to N1.6 million (GHC24,000) which she helps him keep

- However, she now has a difficult decision to make as her ex-boyfriend is in dire need of N800k (GHC12,000) to clear his goods and she's considering lending him the money from her husband's savings

- Many people have since reacted to the post, advising her against loaning him the money

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An unidentified lady recently took to social media to seek advice concerning her husband's hard-earned money and her ex-boyfriend in dire need of financial assistance.

Narrating her story, the lady explained that her civil servant husband works as a taxi driver in his free time and through his combined hustle, has been able to save up to N1.6 million.

Reactions as woman considers lending hubby's N800k to her ex-boyfriend

The lady is thinking of lending her hubby's money to an ex-boyfriend
Source: UGC

She revealed he entrusted her with the money to help him save due to her non-extravagant nature. However, her ex-boyfriend is in need of N800k to clear his goods, a loan which he intends to pay back at the end of the month.

The lady has expressed concern about the possibility of him paying back as she is considering taking half of her husband's savings to help the said ex.

She is, therefore, seeking advice from social media users on what to do.

Read the story below:

Reactions as woman considers lending hubby's N800k to her ex-boyfriend

She is worried about her ex not paying back the loan. Photo credit: @thecommentsection
Source: Instagram

Many people who read the story were outraged by the fact that she is considering offering help using her husband's money. Others are of the opinion that she shouldn't even have any business with her ex since she is married.

Read some comments below:

reina_reads: "Sis, is you madt?"

asoebiafrica: "I wish I could e-tap someone's head"

priddyboo: "If you give that ex that mans hardwork and sweat and he runs away with it which he will, you will suffer for 600 years. Man of his words yen yen, why una no marry??? Shey you dey whine me ni, is it crack?"

__thekarenllionaire: "Lol as you’re giving him, be packing your bags to follow him nne. Why do you even still keep in touch with your ex?"

drstochasticz: "It is NOT your money. You are about to fry your marriage. Weldone ma. Let your ex approach the bank for a loan."

abiolaoladapo1: "And her husband is busy slaving for the family! Not knowing that ori iyawo ohun ti gbabode!"

angular_perspective_: "For you to reach this point, I won’t even rule out that you’re still sleeping with your ex. That’s how you bring a child home that’s not your husband own. We men have sha suffered."

promiedollars: "How will you feel if your husband borrow his own ex the same money without informing you."

buyinzaannita: "An ex should stay an ex as in his in the past......you’re a new person now (wife to someone else), please respect your husband and do not touch his money. You can always say No to your ex. The End."

ladyjanessa: "Sister, there's a reason an ex is an ex. Don't destroy your home because you're trying to be good to anyone. Your husband trusts you; the reason that money is with you in the first place. Please DO NOT break that trust."

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