Unexpected cheating confessions on #NightTalk

On Thursday, #NightTalk's open line took an unexpected turn, after Gugs and Sizwe put a question to listeners about how they would respond should their partners cheat on them.

What followed were honest accounts from listeners who have cheated, and those who reacted strongly to being cheated on.

Listen to these calls which left Gugs and Sizwe speechless.

I've cheated 100 000 times. They (the partners) are not the problem. The problem is me

Mpemba, JHB

I used to be one of those people that lie on a daily basis. That became like a full time job

Nondu, Texas

I have seven kids from seven women. But my partner doesn't know about it

Vincent, JHB

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