'He told her I was his sister who had cancer' - The crafty lies cheating men tell

By Miss Kes

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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Having a storyteller in your life can come in handy on occasion – like when you have a child and wish to keep them entertained. But when the spinner of tales is using them to dupe you or someone else, the storyteller is no longer appreciated.

Below women share the wild stories men have told to them and about them to justify cheating.


My man really thought he did a number on me. We run a business together so I am exposed to all his financial business and that is what he did not realise when he booked a hotel for a weekend when he told me he was meeting with some contractors to negotiate a contract. I booked a room at the same hotel and when he was checking in with his life-sized Barbie, I was checking in too.


My ex-husband was the king of lies to the point where if he told me the sky was blue, I would want to check. He went on a so-called business trip one weekend then messaged me to tell me he met in an accident and was admitted to hospital. I asked where and he told me not to worry about it. I tracked his phone and found him with another woman. I almost killed both of them.


Men are becoming real crafty with this cheating thing. You know my man told his sweetheart that I was his sister who has cancer and because of that, she would see me out with him a lot because he was trying to spend as much time with me as possible before I passed. I laughed so hard when she reached out to me. I always tell these men that what is done in the dark, FaceBook will bring to life.


My ex told the side chick that I was his lesbian best friend so she had nothing to worry about. She said she felt uncomfortable about it and she went all out to get my contact information through social media and that was when we decided to meet up and plan for him and his lies.


I noticed my man liking every single photo this woman was posting and commenting with the heart emoji. At first I was like no, I shouldn't overreact because people comment on my photos all the time and it means nothing. He also denied any wrongdoing. But I felt strange about it so I messaged her and there it was, they were seeing each other for almost two years and she was pregnant with his baby. Ladies, pay attention to your inner voice.

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