Man Calls Off Wedding After Wife-To-Be Comments On Facebook That She Would Ch€at For A Million Dollars

A Nigerian man has called off his wedding after discovering that his fiancée had commented on Facebook that she would ch€at on him for N1 million (about $2,500).

The man, who has not been identified, was supposed to marry his fiancée in December 2020. However, he changed his mind after a friend showed him a screenshot of her comment on a Facebook post. The post asked, “Would you ch€at on your partner for N1 million?” The fiancée’s comment simply said, “Yes.”

The man was understandably upset by his fiancée’s comment. He felt that it showed that she did not have the same values as him and that she was not trustworthy. He also felt that she was not taking their relationship seriously.

As a result, the man decided to call off the wedding. He told his fiancée that he could not marry someone who would ch€at on him for money. He also told her that he felt betrayed by her comment.

The fiancée was reportedly shocked and saddened by the man’s decision. She said that she was only joking when she made the comment on Facebook and that she would never actually cheat on him. However, the man was not convinced and he stood by his decision to call off the wedding.

This story is a reminder that what we say on social media can have real-world consequences. It is important to be mindful of what we post, as our words can be interpreted in many different ways. In this case, the fiancee’s comment about ch€ating on her partner for money caused her to lose her fiance and her dream wedding.

It is also important to note that this story is just one example of how social media can impact our relationships. There are many other stories of people who have been hurt or betrayed by their partners’ online activity. If you are concerned about your partner’s online behavior, it is important to talk to them about it. You may also want to consider seeking professional help.


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