Lady reveals how her man lied when she confronted him after seeing bra in his house

A beautiful lady has gone online to call her man out for cheating and trying to fool her into thinking she was imagining things.

The young woman known as Rayven Baxter revealed that she visited his house and found another lady’s brassiere, so she confronted him about it.

He told her that the bra belongs to her, but she knew it wasn’t hers because she is busty and the bra in questions is a small sized one.

Rayven shared a photo of herself putting he bra on herself while exposing how her man lied blatantly to her face.

She wrote; “Found this at his house 😂 he tried to say it was mine😂😂😂 niggas really ain’t shit, at times”

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In other news, a woman simply identified as Martina has reportedly been banished from Iheakpu-Obollo Afor in Udenu Local Government Council of Enugu State for allegedly cheating on her husband.

Members of her community reportedly claimed that she is well known for being unfaithful to her partner known as “Abisco in Ochisiri Iheakpu Obollo.”

A Facebook user, Senator Chijinkem Ugwuanyi said that Martina had many times in the past appeased the land by performing rituals for her infidelity.

He said a source disclosed that her unending infidelity was responsible for her husband’s protracted sickness.

According to him, it is a taboo for a woman to cause the illness of her husband through her serial unafaithfulness and the husband agreed with his kinsmen to banish Martina.

“A woman has been banished in Iheakpu #Obollo Afor in Udenu Local Government Council area, for notorious cheating on his husband.

“The news gathered that the said woman has been doing that for long time and had been appeasing (rituals) the land.

“The closest person to the family told us that the husband has been sick for long time due to the sacrilege of his wife, and it’s against the tradition of the LAND. The HUSBAND and UMUNNA joined to banish the woman.

“The woman’s name is Martina. Her husband name is popularly known as Abisco in Ochisiri Iheakpu Obollo,” Chijinkem Ugwuanyi wrote.