A man asserts that he got pregnant as a result of an exceptional romantic encounter he had with a woman who had previously passed away.
A man from South Africa went public with the story of how he fell in love with and had a child with a woman who had passed away; the child will turn two years old this year. The child was born to the man and the South African man.
One user of Twitter disclosed that he had been dating the woman from whom he eventually conceived a child for four years without ever having the opportunity to meet her parents.
He claims that in order to collect the dowry as well as damages, he then ordered that they go to her parent's house. Additionally, the female participant shared the same opinion.
Despite his best efforts to prepare them for the tragic news that their daughter had passed away six years previously, he was caught aback when they arrived at their destination and he learned the news that their daughter had passed away.
Because he was unable to process the information, the guy requested the woman and her husband to take him to the cemetery and show him the spot where their daughter had been laid to rest. He claims that while he was paying his respects at the cemetery, he noticed that a jacket that he had purchased for her was hanging on the gravestone.
This year, his child from his relationship with the woman who has since passed away will turn two years old.
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