Man Dies Of Heart Attack After His Wife Welcome A Baby With His Wealthy Younger Brother

A man has lost his life after suffering a heart attack following a discovery he made about his wife and their baby.

The man whose identity was not revealed at the time of filing this report developed a heart failure after he discovered that the his wife gave birth to is not his but his younger biological brother.

According to a Twitter user identified as Geraldine, the man knew his wife is sleeping with his younger brother who is rich but kept mute over it because he lives in his younger brother’s house who also promised to give him money as capital to start his own business.

Man dies of Heart attack

The news has drawn mixed responses from social media user; Below are some comments;

@ebukablogofficiall_2 wrote;

You see ehn, if you see your OWN behaving like your GATE MAN better go for a #DNATEST-💉, to avoid stories dat touches d heart

@blaq_beeuutee wrote;

And you know all of this as just a neighbor. You never talk the name of this movie

@nzeribe_oze wrote;

So how did you their neighbor know all these??? U know too much for just a neighbor.

@andyblayz wrote;

This sounds like a lie! Aren’t they brothers ? Which mark? Mark is in their genes! This makes no sense!

@king_foma wrote;

But he knew he was sleeping with her na , so why the heart attack?

@nene_george wrote;

Dear lord, May you never allow us to be poor to the extent our enemies will take what belongs to us. If you’re reading me, May God bless your hustle in Jesus name. Amen 🙏

@papijoofficial wrote

Just have money and be wealthy !! Money runs relationship and marriage love takes the glory


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