Sep 16, 2020
Woman receives a wrong number text about someone’s cheating boyfriend and sends the perfect response back
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A WOMAN mistakenly received a text from a woman revealing all about her cheating ex, but rather than ignore it she sent the best reply.
A newly-single woman named Angela accidentally messaged who she thought was her pal Jenn, but she got the wrong number and sent it to a stranger.4The woman received a text out of the blue for a woman called JennCredit: Twitter
She shared the text exchange on Twitter, and it turns out Angela hasn’t been having the best time.
She said: “Hi Jenn! Congratulations with the new baby.
“My news no very good. James and I are over. He cheated on me.
“How are you? Let’s catch up! Angela.”4Despite it being a wrong number she offered some words of advice
The recipient captioned the text: “A wrong number text I did not expect.”
Rather than ignore the message, she decided to reply to Angela and offer her some support.
Confirming she “went down the #solidarity route”, she replied: “Angela!
“I’m not Jenn but I just wanted to say James sounds like an a*****e.
“You’re better than him girl! Good luck!”4People have claimed there might be more to the story than meets the eyeCredit: Getty - Contributor
The exchange has racked up dozens of comments, as people speculated over the text - and James' infidelity.
One person said: “I feel bad for Jenn in this scenario. She’s just had a baby and is very clearly if subtly being asked to declare allegiance in the breakup of mutual friends. Not cool, Angela.”
Another commented: “Am fuming at James #TeamAngela.”
A third wrote: “Wow Angela is showing such grace, congratulating Jenn on the new baby and everything when she has James’s antics to deal with…”4People are speculating over James' infidelity online and are claiming they're 'team Angela'
This person pointed out: “There's a whole story in that one text…”
And the woman who received the message thought there could be more to the situation that meets the eye, writing: “I know... Does make me suggest maybe Jenn & Ange aren’t quite as close as Ange might like...
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Man Killed Outside Quincy Liquor Store Did Not Know Woman Who Allegedly Stabbed Him
QUINCY (AP) — A man fatally stabbed in a Quincy liquor store parking lot last week apparently did not know the 22-year-old woman charged with killing him, prosectors said in court.
Alyssa Dellamano, of Quincy, was held without bail after pleading not guilty to murder at her arraignment Wednesday in connection with the death last Friday of Cameron Nohmy, 24.
Surveillance video shows Nohmy getting out of the truck, and someone walking up to him and stabbing him several times, prosecutors said. Nohmy was taken to a Boston hospital where he was pronounced dead. Prosecutors did not disclose a motive.
Dellamano then left the area in an SUV with someone else, prosecutors said.
“There will be plenty of time to figure out what happened and who did this,” Dellamano’s attorney, Thomas Iovieno, told The Patriot Ledger. “My thoughts and prayers are with the victim and his family — he seemed like a nice kid.”
One of Dellamano’s friends is charged with misleading police for allegedly helping her elude authorities for five days until her arrest Wednesday.
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