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Why I Stopped Helping a Single Mom Escape Abuse: A Candid Story

We’re diving into the tale of a Nigerian lady, Omote Urhobo, or @Madam_Ufuoma, as she’s known on platform X. She recently spilled the beans on why she decided to cut ties with a single mother and her toddler, who had fled from an abusive partner.

The Backstory

So, here’s the scoop: Omote Urhobo started assisting this courageous woman back in 2020. This single mom had made a daring escape from her abusive baby daddy, and that’s when our protagonist stepped in.

She didn’t just offer a lending hand; she went the extra mile by sharing her private contact information, just in case of emergencies. Now, that’s some genuine support, right?

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The Regrets Start Pouring In

But now, fast forward to today, and she’s singing a different tune. Omote Urhobo regrets ever getting involved. Her main bone of contention? The single mom’s behavior She’s convinced that a lot of people in similar situations might just leave you red-faced.

The WhatsApp Bombshell

To add fuel to the fire, she decided to spill the tea on WhatsApp. Yep, she shared her chat history with the single mom, along with some biting commentary. Here’s a sneak peek at her message:

“I started helping this woman in 2020. A single mom with a toddler who escaped her abusive baby daddy, she is one of the few people I gave my private number to in case of emergency, so she be able to reach me easily when others can’t. Now, I really, really regret it.”

The Final Straw

So, what was it that made her pull the plug on her support? Well, it turns out the single mom got back with her not-so-capable baby’s father, who couldn’t provide for their little family. And that, my friends, was the last straw for our lady benefactor.

In fact, she put it out there on social media for all to see: “I stopped sending her allowance after she reconciled with her baby daddy, whom she calls her husband. little did I know that she assured the infidel that she got a monthly extra allowance. Unfortunately for her, I stopped sending it. If she wants to be a submissive provider, no be for my pocket.”

The Takeaway

And there you have it, folks. A tale of good intentions gone south. Sometimes, helping others can be a bumpy ride, and it’s essential to set boundaries and know when to step back. What do you think of this story? Have you ever had a similar experience? Let us know in the comments below. Until next time, this is Emmanuel Nuotah, signing off.

This is one…

— OMOTÉ-URHOBO 👑 (@Madam_Ufuoma) October 19, 2023

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