My friend’s husband is cheating on her and he even brought the girl on a holiday trip to Turkey…
I was in Istanbul when I saw them holding hands but didn’t bring that up as I can’t be sure if my friend had a prior agreement with the husband… I recognised the girl he is with since we have mutual friends.. Thereafter I tried asking her where the husband is at and she said he’s with a guy friend traveling in Turkey..
Few weeks later she told me that prior to the trip, they had quarrelled badly as he hasn’t even brought her on a honeymoon, and yet he is going on an extended holiday with his guy friend..They had several fights after he was back as well over this trip..
What should I do when I knew all these?? I don’t want to be involved but I wouldn’t want to see my friend being so upset over a guy who cheats on her in just the 1st year of marriage!!
Here are what netizens think:
- Aiyaa should’ve taken a photooo. Anyway I would tell her. What if the other lady has STDs
- Do you have photos of them holding hands. By telling her verbally, It may backfire if she listen to her husband. If you have other evidence of her husband with the girl just send to her. The photos tell a thousand words… no need for you to tell your friend.
- I would tell her the truth.And I would let her know.So 1st year of marriage can be annulment and not divorce.In case it affect your friendship which seldom would but at least you did your best.
- Send the photo evidence to her mail by creating a fake id…she needs to know the truth before failing pregnant..That would affect the baby’s..
- tell her the truth only if u have evidence eg going to that other woman (mutual friend)’s ig or whatever. evidence or not, this friend may choose to stop talking to u if she forgives her husband so just be prepared to lose a friend. at least u can sleep better.
- What she don’t know won’t kill her…Remember that if you’re truly concern friend. She has enough domestic problems already.
- Put yourself in her shoes; do you wish your friends to come clean with you or keep you in the dark?