Woman who caught boyfriend cheating live on radio has had the last laugh
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It’s safe to say that our hearts broke for the woman who found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her live on the radio.
The girlfriend, who chose not to identify herself by name whilst on air, called up New Zealand radio station The Edge for help to find out if her other half was trying to have his cake and eat it.
But in a shocking update, it turns out that the woman who exposed her cheating boyfriend live on air has had the last laugh. Watch the video below:
Speaking around one year after the ordeal unfolded in front of listeners, the woman explained to presenters Sharyn and Jayden that after her ex was uncovered, he sent her a long paragraph to say sorry.
She revealed: “After it all happened, he sent me a big message apologising to me for embarrassing me, and I accepted it.”
“I just thought for my own mental health, I need to block him. I don’t know [what he’s doing now], I hope he’s cringing inside seeing it all blow up again.”
Sharyn then asked the woman whether the cheater was ‘upset’, to which she responded: “Yeah, he was. You definitely caught him out.”
But the real turn to the story comes in an update to the own woman’s life, in which she announced: “I have a bit of news.
“I actually met the love of my life and he proposed in April this year.”
The presenters all squealed with excitement for the woman’s update, saying: “No!”, “Goodness me!”, “Oh my God!”
The woman reassured them all that their ‘stalking’ would be no more: “He is the absolute love of my life, he’s so truthful. I’m so, so lucky.
“I just know that he’s the one.”
But as for the other woman, she did run into her at a bar and awkwardly gave her a ‘thumbs up’ from across the room.
The woman did find out, however, that whilst her partner at the time believed he was ‘dating’ both women at the same time - his mistress was not exclusive with the cheater.
“So, apparently, they weren’t even a thing. He was sleeping with her - and that’s embarrassing for him because in his mind they were actually ‘dating’,” the woman alleged.
“But she was actually seeing some other guys, but he kind of mucked up all of this over nothing.”
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