“What value does it add?” – Erigga quizzes people who enjoy cheating
Nigerian rapper and motivational speaker, Erigga has expressed worry over the reason people choose to cheat on their partners.
He noted that to cheat requires money, which means that it is expensive, so it is very baffling for him to see people do it without being tired or remorseful.
Erigga, described the act as a very useless game, so much so that he asked a open question about why men and women engage in it.
Taking to Twitter, the artiste wrote; “Cheating is EXPENSIVE & a Very useless game but still people enjoy doing it of what value does it add to your life?”
In related news, a Nigerian man identified as Akin has narrated how he caused his ex-girlfriend’s marriage to crash after she played him and stole his properties.
He shared his story online and revealed that he started an affair with his ex three months after he divorced his wife whom he had been with for five years.
According to the 37-year-old man, he was aware that she was married but that did not deter him instead he tried everything possible to make her leave her husband for him.
However, in June, Akin traveled to Abuja nd gave his married lover the keys to his house in case she wanted to visit in his absence.
To his utmost surprise, he returned to see that she had emptied his house and fled back to her matrimonial home.
He said he saw his properties in his ex-girlfriend’s home when she celebrated her birthday and a mutual friend posted photos n her status.
Akin said his ex posed with her husband in the images and he saw his TV set as wellas curtains that used to be in his house hanging.
The man said he then reported their love affair to her husband and sent proof to him which led to a separation.
In his words; I was married for 5 years before I got divorced from my wife. Three months later, I started dating one of my exes. Of course, she was married but I didn’t mind because I’ve always wanted to hit since we only dated then without dated then without doing.
Two months into our relationship, I started doing everything to get her divorced so she could be mine again. I had to attend to something in Abuja in June, and as usual, I gave her my house keys in case she needed to come while I was away.
My two weeks trip ended only for me to come back home and met my house completely empty. She carried all my belongings and fled. She celebrated her birthday last month and I stumbled upon her pictures on a mutual friend’s status. She posed with her husband and children with my TV and my curtains behind them. I found her husband’s contact, sent him evidence of our affairs and my stolen properties. They are now separated.