- A clip shared online shows an angry wife confronting her friend who was having an affair with her husband
- In the video, the wife expresses anger at receiving words of advice from the woman who was in fact betraying her
- Many were soon in the comment section of the post sharing their thoughts on this type of betrayal by a close friend
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Getting betrayed by a friend who should have had your back is super hurtful. A South African woman had her feelings deeply hurt after she discovered that her friend was having an affair with her husband.
In a clip shared on Twitter by @AdvoBarrryRoux, the woman can be seen confronting her friend, who seems too ashamed to show her face to the camera while she is being shouted at and called names by the woman she betrayed.
The wife can basically be heard telling her so-called friend that after everything she told her about her suspicions that her husband was cheating, her friend pretended to offer advice while in the meantime she was the other woman her man was seeing.
Tweeps had this to say about the clip:
"Why do women always attack the innocent party not their dog men?"
"Been saying that people who are going to bring you down are the ones close to you."
"Yes, Phumi is wrong but the lady needs to deal with her man. This thing of beating other ladies won't make him stop cheating, if it wasn't Phumi it was going to be another girl. Come on now. Direct your anger to that man."
In other news, relationships are not for everyone because not everyone can handle the highs and the sometimes extreme lows that come with being in love. A hilarious yet kinda heartbreaking post about a man carrying away a stove proves this to be true.
In the caption of the post that was made by a man with the Twitter handle @Membrane_ZA, he explains that the man was taking away the stove from his wife after he had found out that she was being unfaithful.
"I bought her this stove in February this year, only to find that she is cheating on me with her neighbour. I'm taking it to my sister's house," he wrote.
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