My boyfriend proposed to me in a liquor store a year after we met – I discovered his terrible secret at our engagement party

A WOMAN thought she found true love at a gas station when she was a teenager.

However, she revealed that things only got worse the day he popped the question.

One woman claimed she found out her fiancé cheated on her two months before the wedding


One woman claimed she found out her fiancé cheated on her two months before the weddingPhoto credit: Tiktok
With the other wife he had a son


With the other wife he had a sonPhoto credit: Tiktok

The 23-year-old woman, who participated in a TikTok trend and whose identity The Sun wanted to protect, revealed the shocking situation by saying: “Two months before my wedding, my fiancé shows up with a newborn.”

After her followers demanded she reveal the story behind it, she shared how she and her fiancé met in line at a gas station and immediately began dating, despite ignoring “a few red flags.”

A year later, when they were both heavily intoxicated, he popped the question at a liquor store.

She said in her video: “This man got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. And I think we’re in a liquor store?

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“But the ring was good, so I said yes!”


Though disappointed by the proposal, they celebrated their engagement party at her home.

She claimed she was woken up at 4 a.m. to find his phone ringing and she discovered he had “at least 20 messages” from another woman.

“I get angry instantly and I’m hot. I woke him up,” she said when he claimed it was a wrong number.

She couldn’t help but call the number on her own phone and when a woman answered she lost it.

“She hung up, she didn’t say anything. I’m shaking and angry, but he looks at me and says it was someone playing with him,” she continued.


Understandably, the woman and her fiancé stopped speaking for a few days, and to win her back, he booked her for a facial.

During the appointment, the beautician and the bride start chatting and she even shared about the situation she went through with her fiancé. She went so far as to show her his photo.

Unfortunately, she got a surprise.

The stylist told her, “He spoke to my boyfriend a few months ago.”

Apparently, this shocked the bride as they had been together for over a year and were planning a wedding.


It got worse when she found out the same day that the woman she spoke to a few days earlier was pregnant with her partner’s child.

The other woman had shown screenshots and texted her: “B**ch you’re lame. Yo husband lame.”

“I didn’t reply, but I called him and told him I was cooking and asked him to come home,” she told her followers.

“Of course I didn’t cook anything. I let him go through the door and came in and kissed me and as soon as he fell asleep I left. I met his friend,” she claimed.

He allegedly “spilled the beans” and told her the other woman was seven months pregnant and that it was all true.

It was also around this time that she found out that the woman who was carrying her fiancé’s child and whom she had spoken to on the phone was the beautician herself. She had thought it all up.


The woman then explained that her partner’s cousin met her, was aware of the situation, and told her that there was a second lover.

“I find out this second woman was at my engagement party, I had talked to this dog, had pictures with this dog,” she claimed.

Without going into details, the woman was able to pull out of the relationship and has since broken up with her ex, but not without first telling the whole world about their horrific time together.

The story got worse


The story got worsePhoto credit: Tiktok

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