Man turns down proposal from female classmate who rejected him when he was poor

A gentleman has turned down a proposal from his female classmate.

the female classmate rejected him when they were down in high school.

Well, after hustling hard to the top, the lady has found him attractive enough to consider as a boyfriend.

The woman, known only as Sharon, sent a message to the man, Obi, in the discussion that Twitter influencer @jon d doe posted public in an effort to get in touch with him.

She explained that she obtained his phone information from their class’s group chat when Obi inquired how he managed to receive a message from her.

She was direct and pointed, listing some of the accomplishments of the young guy who had moved to another country.

She emphasised that Obi has made a home for both his mother and himself while living overseas.

Sharon, who was undoubtedly impressed by his achievements, proposed to him while he was still single.

Obi chuckled at her remark and playfully remarked, “She’s not okay.” But Sharon wouldn’t go away and reaffirmed that he had asked her out in high school.

Obi retaliated by berating her for having the audacity to get in touch with him now that he is prosperous after she disregarded him in the past while dating older, wealthy men.

Obi advised her to keep away from him and blocked her on WhatsApp after giving her a piece of his mind.

Read the full chat below:

Bride reads cheating fiancé’s texts to wedding guests instead of vows

Instead of the wedding vows, a bride decided to read the cheating texts of her husband-to-be to wedding guests.

The woman had chanced on the texts the cheating fiance had been sending to other ladies even during the period when they were planning and preparing for their wedding.

At the altar, the bride read out her cheating groom’s texts.

The woman, who requested anonymity, expressed to the Australian website Whimn how thrilled she had been to marry her fiancé, “Alex.”

I had been seeing Alex for six years. I knew from away that he was The One. In her essay, she stated, “I assumed we’d live happily ever after; our families became friends; our lives were intertwined.

Her phone buzzed as she was spending her last night alone with several girlfriends. She took it up. She received a slew of screenshots of text messages with the statement “I wouldn’t marry him” from a number she didn’t know. Would you?

The soon-to-be newlywed was concerned about this; she was astonished when she read the messages.

The bride grew upset after finishing her reading.

Days before the wedding, Alex was talking to another lady behind his bride’s back after contacting her for months.

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