“Too many secrets” – Lady shares sad experience after going through her boyfriend’s phone


“Too many secrets” – Lady shares sad experience after going through her boyfriend’s phone

A young lady was filmed in tears after discreetly rummaging through her boyfriend’s phone in a touching TikTok video that has since gone viral.

The video, tweeted by the user @RelationshipDilemmas, shows a sad young girl expressing her sorrow after discovering something troubling on her partner’s phone.

Her emotional reaction drove her to advise other young women against snooping through their partners’ phones when they find a good man.

The video has sparked a blaze of internet debate, with thousands of users offering their thoughts on the subject.

The primary question is whether searching through a partner’s phone is a breach of trust or a necessary means of learning about a partner’s fidelity and intentions.


See reactions below:
@ble_ssing_sunday reacted; “Checking your partner’s phone is necessary sometimes, so you know ur place in his life! It’s better to cry now than to cry later.”

@richard_hillss said; “He ain’t a good man if you’ll cry when u go through his phone.”

@sister._of._five said; “A lot of people actually prefer to live in their delusions than face reality. But whether you like it or not, reality will come upon you. So please, check the phone, it’s better to cry now than cry later.”

@lukasporo said; “Checking ur partner’s phone as a lady is okay sometimes so u know how much he values u make u no just dey follow mouth.”

@crazysocket reacted; “I go check am kpaaaa, that thing wey wan happen make e happen.”

@alakeoge said; “Good man dey make you cry after checking his phone. You obviously need your brain checked.”

@pharm_todun reacted; “As long as I don’t check yours. Please stay away from mine. Not everything is about cheating. Some of us have confidential information, messages and images of patients infected geniatal parts on the phone. You can’t just jeopardize the integrity of my career because we are dating.”