I help women figure out if their men are loyal – seeing how quickly they’re willing to meet up makes me not trust them

A WOMAN revealed she will often reach out to men in relationships through social media to see if they're loyal to their girlfriends and wives.

Those same girlfriends and wives will ask the woman to do it.


A woman, whose identity The Sun has decided to protect, shared that a concerned wife reached out to her after she suspected her husband might be cheating.

In an Instagram exchange, the woman allegedly told her: "Hello! I saw your TikToks and I was wondering if you could test my husband.

"We've been together for nine years. Recently, he's been really sneaky and staying at work late so I'm suspicious of him. Thank you so much!"

She agreed to help her out and reached out to the woman's husband through Instagram.

The brunette beauty then messaged the husband, telling him he was cute, a prompt the wife had actually asked her to use.

Instead of ignoring the message, he replied to her a few hours later: "Sorry for the late reply. I've been busy with work. May I ask who this might be?"

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She explained that she had simply come across his profile and upon him asking if she was aware he had a family, she told him yes.

But even after telling her that he could not have a conversation with her, he said: "You are very beautiful. I can't help but look at your page."

As they kept their conversation, he would say things: "I have a wife but there's no harm in having a new friend" and "I would never cheat on my wife but a young girl like you makes me want to."

The man then asked her to meet up for coffee at a nearby Starbucks.

She actually didn't live anywhere near them but they made plans to meet up after the wife insisted she wanted to see if he showed.

He indeed showed up to see his wife expecting him.

In a second part, the brunette then claimed that the wife, upset that her husband was willing to cheat on her, turned the tables and blamed her for everything.

In a series of messages, she asked her to block her husband and said she had "tempted him."

She added: "I know I wanted to do this but you took it too far.

"My husband and I are happy. It was a mistake."

Many of her followers actually stood up for her and slammed the wife for her attitude towards her when she had been the one to reach out.

One person wrote: "How is it your fault when she told you what to say the entire time."

A second one suggested she unblock the husband and send him the screenshots of the wife asking her to do the experiment.

And a third asked how she was even tempting the man when her responses were short and dry.


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