My boyfriend proposed at a liquor store a year after we met – I discovered his horrifying secret at our engagement party

A WOMAN thought she had found true love at a gas station when she was just a teenager.

However, she revealed things went from bad to worse the day he popped the big question.

Taking part in a TikTok trend, the 23-year-old woman, whose identity The Sun has chosen to protect, revealed the shocking situation by saying: "Me two months before my wedding, fiancé pops up with a newborn."

After her followers demanded she tell the story behind it, she started by saying she and her fiancé met in line at a gas station and started going out immediately despite her ignoring "a few red flags."

Fast forward to a year later, while they were both heavily intoxicated, he popped the question inside a liquor store.

She said in her video: "This man down on one knee and he asked me to marry him. And I'm like, we are a liquor store?

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"But the ring was good, so I said yeah!"


Despite her being disappointed in the proposal, they celebrated their engagement party at their home.

She claimed that, at 4am, she was jolted awake because his phone was going off and she discovered he had "at least 20 messages" from another woman.

"Instantly, I'm getting mad and I'm hot. I woke him up," she said as he claimed it was a wrong number.

Unable to let it go, she called the number on her own phone, and when a woman answered, she lost it.

"She hung up, she didn't say anything. I'm shaking and I'm mad, but he's looking at me and saying that it was someone who was playing with him," she continued.

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Understandably so, the woman and her fiancé stopped talking for a few days, and to win her back, he booked her a facial.

While at the appointment, the facialist and bride begin chatting and she even opened up about the situation she was going through with her fiancé. She went as far as showing her his photo.

Unfortunately, she was in for a surprise.

The stylist told her: "He used to talk to my friend a couple of months ago."

Obviously, this shocked the bride since they had been together for over a year and were planning a wedding.


Things went from bad to worse when, that same day, she discovered that the woman she had talked to a few days before was pregnant with her partner's child.

Showing off screenshots, the other woman had texted her: "B**ch, you lame. Yo husband lame."

"I didn't say anything back but I called him and told him I was cooking and asked him to come home," she told her followers.

"I didn't cook anything, of course. I let him walk through the door and came in and kissed me and as soon as he fell asleep, I left. I met up with his friend," she claimed.

He allegedly "spilled the beans" and told her the other woman was seven months pregnant and that it was all true.

It was also then that she found out the woman who was carrying her fiancé's child, the one she had been talking to on the phone, was the facialist herself. She had made it all up.


The woman then explained that her partner's cousin met up with her, aware of the situation, and told her that there was a second mistress.

"I find out that this second woman was at my engagement party, I had been talking to this b**ch, took pictures with this b**ch," she claimed.

Without going into details, the woman was able to get out of the relationship and has since moved on from her ex, but not without first telling the whole world about their terrible time together.

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