So veryone was glued to their Facebook accounts over the weekend because of the drama surrounding a certain #ChangeOilSerye. If you loved The World Of The Married, you’ll surely enjoy this real-life version of the K-drama. While we’re all in it for the tea, this story teaches us that cheaters never win. ICYMI, here’s a short summary of what happened.
So here’s what happened
We won’t be publishing their names here, so bear with us. Over the weekend a Facebook user (henceforth referred to as the OP) posted a series of screenshots detailing how she found out that her Fiance had been cheating on her and lying to her face. It all started when the Other Woman posted a selfie on her stories that seemed to be taunting the OP:
When OP asked the Other Woman about the car, the latter wouldn’t say who she was with, but denied that she was with the Fiance.
OP’s Fiance kept denying that there was anything going on between him and the Other Woman. But then, this happened:
After that revelation, OP couldn’t help herself, and the Other Woman responded with possibly the worst excuse ever:
The OP also said that other people came forward and told her that the Other Woman and Fiance had been enjoying a friends-with-benefits arrangement for quite some time now.
Did they ever own up to it?
Unfortunately, nah. Even with all the evidence (and the entire internet against them), they’re still in full-on denial/gaslighting mode.
Just in time for Women’s Month
OP ended her post with a message to all women. Listen up, ladies. (And gentlemen, this is on you too.)
A semblance of closure
Thankfully, OP seems to be in a good place (all things considered). Even though she may never get the closure and apologies she deserves from the parties concerned, she said that sharing her story gave her a sense of justice. In a separate post, she wrote:
“Gumaan na ng konti yung loob ko kasi parang mejo nakuha ko na yung justice na hindi ko nakuha sa kanilang dalawa. Na siguro never ko ng makukuha kasi never silang mag aapologize… I owe myself the biggest apology for putting up with what I didn’t deserve.”
We’re sending good vibes to OP and hoping she bounces back from this horrible incident soon.
— Angelo 🌙 (@goalista10) March 20, 2021
Cheaters are probably shaking right now.
Just let your girlfriend or wife change your car’s oil for you
No need to go out, your special someone is ready to repair your car for you!
In other news, you can still have your oil changed within GCQ areas
— Manila Bulletin News (@manilabulletin) March 21, 2021
Need to “change oil” in Cavite? It’s still allowed as long as you follow GCQ guidelines <3
What’s your take on this very dramatic serye? Tell us below!