Eish! 10.3.2017 12:53 pm

WATCH: These men will not cheat on their partners again

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The Hawks’ investigation skills are nothing compared to that of a woman who suspects that her partner is cheating.

If thought the whole DJ Zinhle, AKA and Bonang Matheba drama was bad, wait until you watch videos of these woman who were cheated on by their partners.

Not everyone responds to pain the same way, but some, such as #hurtbae, go back to the man who cheated on them in an attempt to find out why they did it. Not that it would change the situation, they just want closure to be able to get on with life.

Watch the video of hurt bae confronting her ex-boyfriend below:

Then there are those who are extra, the ones who destroy their destroyer and make sure everyone knows about it. In a picture circulating on social media, a woman whose partner cheated on her printed a ‘lost dog’ sign and pasted it on street poles, only that there was no dog involved – well, not in its literal sense of the word.

She used his picture and warned everyone about this “dog” that was on the loose and said it was full of “shit”.

Check out the picture below:

Picture: Facebook

Picture: Facebook

Videos have been circulating on social media of women who decided to take matters into their own hands and taught their men a lesson on how to treat a woman.

This one, from South Africa, found her husband with a nyatsi in their car and made him beg for his life. We bet he did not even know she had a gun, but she took it out and pointed at him and the nyatsi. The next time a man asks this girl out, she will make sure to know if he is married.

Watch the video posted on Propabless Music Chart’s Facebook page below:

Also watch these other ones to show you hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

This one just made sure the husband won’t be having money to spoil his nyatsis anymore, as he will be too busy fixing the car.

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