- A Nigerian lady identified as Tola Brown on Twitter has taken to the microblogging site to share her take on love and cheating in relationships
- According to the young lady, a man who truly loves his woman will forgive her when she cheats
- Tola said that people should stop that mentality that men do not forgive cheating because they do if the love is strong
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Many times on social media, young people share their takes on love, relationships and marriage, whether they are in one or not.
Just recently, a young lady identified as Tola Brown on Twitter took to the microblogging site to share her take on love and cheating in relationships.
According to Tola, men are able to forgive their women if they cheat only if they truly love them.
The young lady said that people should stop promoting the idea that men do not forgive cheating women, because they do if the love is strong enough.
Tola also said that such forgiveness even leads to strengthening the couple’s bond.
In her words: “A man that truly/deeply loves you will forgive you even if you cheat ...
Dead that mentality that men don’t forgive cheating, he doesn’t love you enough sis. He just doesn’t …else he’s definitely gon’ forgive you even bond better ...Selah”.
See her tweet below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a young lady took to social media to say that Nigerian men are in high demand outside the country.
According to Adiaha Edidem, she was never approached by a man who wanted to ask her out while she was still abroad. She continued by saying that Nigerian men are in high demand outside the country and that sometimes their female counterparts are forgotten.
Edidem also said that to get noticed, one had to move with other white ladies.
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