- A story revolving around a birthday cake has left many people amused
- According to Twitter user Mr Clarks, his sister's boyfriend got her a cake on her birthday
- However, he told her to only eat half of it as he wanted the other half for his sister
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Almost everyone gets excited to receive birthday cakes when they turn a new age. However, it isn't exactly common to receive half a cake for one's celebration.
Twitter user, Mr Clarks, left many people stunned, amused and annoyed after he took to the micro-blogging platform to reveal what his sister's boyfriend did to her on her birthday.
In his tweet, he stated that the said boyfriend got her a birthday cake but told her she could only get half and the other half was meant for his mom and two sisters who love that particular flavour of cake.
He wrote: "My sister called me n she was so upset she was stuttering. I asked what's wrong and she told me her man bought her a birthday cake but told her she could only get half because the other half was for his mom and 2 sisters who are obsessed with strawberry Cheesecake.
"Well apart from all these notifications, I woke up to 13 missed call n a msg from him saying she's been ignoring him n he doesn't know why. Made me wonder how many missed call she got. This MOTHAFVCKA had the nerve to ask me "why is she so dramatic?"
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The post which has since gone viral on the platform caused reactions with many people calling for the lady to break up with her boyfriend for being inconsiderate and making her feel like second best on her own birthday.
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Shortly after, Mr Clarks revealed that the whole thing was later discovered to be a prank and that he had another cake hidden.
He wrote: "They're good now. He actually had a 2nd cake that he hid. Turns out he was pranking her for something she did and he recorded the whole thing. I was confused af because In his defense he's FAR from stingy.
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