A woman has been stopped from ‘assassinating her ex husbands character, after the man lost his job due to some nasty emails sent to his employers.
As if that is not enough, the woman went ahead to warn her ex husband that she was just getting started despite humiliating him infront of his employer.
Maina Kageni asked female callers to tell Kenyans about some of the worst things they had done to ‘assassinate’ their husbands character after breaking up.
“I know of a guy whose wife comes to the office to cause commotion at work whenever they have an argument, and imagine he works for an insurance company.
It is so embarrassing.”
“There is a guy I used to date him and after I left him he went around telling people that I was the one forcing myself on him.
That I am desperate and that I am not the right person to work with. The worst things is that we were workmates.
I decided to revenge by also tarnishing his name. I told his workmates that he borrows money from women and that he is a lazy person.
How could I just let someone tarnish my name just because he was bitter because I had dumped him?”
“A friend of mine was left with a six months old baby in the office stinking of urine, it was really embarrassing.”
Another fans adds that
“I have been in a relationship for 20 years, married for 14 and we had two kids. After the breakup she came and she told my bosses of the side deals I did away from work.
I ended up being fired. Maina it hurts so bad, the money that I was making I was using to build a house but I had to let the house go.
I am currently taking care of my kids but we are not together with their mum.”
Just when you think you have heard enough, a male caller narrates how he saved his exes wife despite her saying nasty things about him.
“A few years ago I was dating this lady, but we broke up along the way.
After the breakup, she told me some very nasty things but I took everything in as a man and moved away from them.
But as they say Karma is a b*tch 6 or 7 months down the line my ex got admitted to the hospital and no one was around.
Yet she urgently needed a blood transfusion, her blood type and mine are the same.
Maina can you imagine the mother called me to go and donate blood to her, you could read the embarrassment in her voice. I finally had my revenge.
Despite the way we parted I still donated the blood so it’s advisable for people to watch how they treat others because you never know when you might need them.”