Betrayal never feels good. We’re not just talking about the time spent and the emotions we’ve poured in a friendship or a relationship but sometimes, the money spent too.
In this case, a Malaysian man spent way too much just for him to learn a lesson and find out that he was just too naive. In a Facebook post shared by Xuan Play, the man shared how he helped his former girlfriend to renovate her newly-bought unit at a condo and for that, he spent a total of RM70,000 for the renovation. He did it out of love and of course, he did not foresee the relationship coming to an end.
“She didn’t have enough budget for the renovation and at that time, I really thought we would eventually get married.”
Obviously (and unfortunately), that did not happen. Not long after the renovation had completed, she cheated on him and got into a relationship with someone else – her colleague!
“I thought I was in a drama, it was hard to believe this happened to me. I tried to win her back because I really loved her, but she told me to let go because she’s deeply in love with her colleague.”
The man’s BFF knew about the matter and he was not happy about it, and asked the man to get his renovation money back from the woman. However, he didn’t bother and said, “I know I don’t stand a chance”.
Regardless, the man tried to ask for his money back and told his ex that he would appreciate it even if only half of the money was returned. Did he get it back?
No, and she immediately blocked him.
Her new BF also had the audacity to DM the man on IG and told him, “How stupid can you be?”
“Tell me, how do I believe in love anymore?” the man sighed.
If you’re not married, don’t spend too much
While some netizens found his encounter to be hilarious, many netizens showed support and gave him advice on what to do in the next relationship.
“Each and every lesson will make you wiser.”
“She’ll get her karma. God will give you something and someone you deserve.”
“Men or women, as long as you’re not married, be wise when it comes to spending on each other.”
Buying a house is undeniably 1 of life’s biggest achievements, especially if your other half is part of it. However, will you spend that much money if you both have yet to tie the knot?