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March 22, 2024 13 mins

Dear Steve and Shirley, I think my husband is cheating on me. I found out after a woman called me and said my husband was late on her car payments. She said they've been having sex for almost a year and bought her a car. He bought her a car for her birthday last August. She said that she started dating another man in October and my husband got mad and said he would take the car away from her. She said she kept dating her boyfriend, but she was still sleeping with my husband..........................................

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
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Speaker 1 (00:26):
Thank you. Nephew's subject he's late on his payments. Dear
Stephen Shirley. I think my husband is cheating on me.
I found out after a woman called me and said
my husband was late on her car payments. She said
they've been having sex for almost a year and bought
her a car. He bought her a car for her
birthday last August. She said that she started dating another

(00:48):
man in October and my husband got mad and said
he would take the car away from her. She said
she kept dating her boyfriend, but she was still sleeping
with my husband.

Speaker 2 (00:57):
She said my.

Speaker 1 (00:58):
Husband harassed her and he put a boot on her car.
After that, he stopped paying her car note. I did
a lot of snooping and found out that my husband
did electronic transfers for three months to a bank in
South Carolina. The woman sent me a picture of the
car with the South Carolina tag. I told my husband
that a sideshit called me and told me everything.

Speaker 2 (01:19):
He said.

Speaker 1 (01:19):
She's one of his older college students that he advised
years ago. He said he did help her get a
car because she's a single mom and she needed to
get to and from work. He said he got the
car from an old friend in South Carolina that owed
him a favor. He told the woman he would pay
the first three payments and then she was on her own.

(01:40):
I went to bed that night with a pounding headache
because there's too many lies to get through. This woman
was definitely one of my one of his former students,
so my husband told the truth about that. The rest
is crazy confusing. I called the woman back to see
if my husband it reached back out to her. She
said he came and took the car. He told me
that the bank took it. Would he buy her a

(02:01):
car without sex being involved? I don't think so. I
really don't, because if sex wasn't involved, what was all
the secrecy about why didn't he just tell you. I mean,
he obviously didn't want you to know he was sleeping
with her or that he bought her a car. And
I do agree with you there are a lot of
lies in this letter, but you definitely need to focus

(02:22):
on what the woman told you. She said she'd been
sleeping with your husband for almost a year. Your husband
admitted to buying her a car, didn't he? Well, is
he such just a nice person that he just goes
out and just buys single women cars out of the
goodness of his heart, with no strings attached, and not
tell you his wife. The math is in math in

(02:45):
right here. I don't think so. I think he was
sleeping with her. I think he bought it a car
just like she said, for her birthday and agreed to
pay the notes. But when he found out that she
had another man, he got mad and stopped paying the note,
and the car guy repossessed. I mean, married man and
be very possessive and territorial. They can have a wife,
but they don't want you to have anyone in your life.

(03:06):
He never thought she would call you, He never thought
she would tell you anything. She has no car now,
so she's mad and she called you to get back
at your husband. So what do you do with this information?
First of all, you need to stop calling her. You
need to deal with your husband who you think is cheating.
And please don't expect him to admit that he was

(03:28):
sleeping with her. That's not going to happen.

Speaker 2 (03:30):
Steve, this boy and this letter is outstanding. Yeah, that's all.

Speaker 3 (03:36):
You know. If you want to do a lesson on
how to do it, if you need a lesson and
how it's done.

Speaker 2 (03:44):
This dude in this letter right here, I can't tell you.

Speaker 1 (03:48):
He made you proud?

Speaker 2 (03:50):
Boy? You know? Boy?

Speaker 1 (03:57):
Are you tearing up here? Are you tearing about all?

Speaker 2 (04:01):
This letter has everything in it. I need.

Speaker 3 (04:06):
To side with this man because of his effort. I'm
gonna just show you how it go. Now. I ain't
picking the side. You pick what you want to do,
but I'm gonna show you the expertise in which this
man handled this letter. This lady says, did Steven Shirley,
I think my husband is cheating on me? You know what,

(04:28):
after all that's happened and she started writing this letter,
she still don't know, which means this man has done
an outstanding job of covering all the basis. She opened
a letter with I think my husband is cheating on me.

Speaker 2 (04:48):
That means that is doubt, and that's all we need.

Speaker 3 (04:54):
I found out if the woman called me and said
my husband was late on her car payments. She said
they been having sex for almost a Yuni bought a
car for a birthday last office. She said she started
dating another man in October. My husband got mad and
said he'd take a car away from her. She kept
dating the boyfriend, but she was still sleeping with my husband.

(05:14):
She said my husband harassed her and he put a
boot on her car. Let's stop right there where he
get the boot from? Boots is city property? Where he
get a boot from? So therefore we have our first
crack in the concrete. Where would I get a boot from?

(05:36):
How I'm gonna put a boot on your car? See
this man right here?

Speaker 2 (05:40):
Oh this is outstanding.

Speaker 3 (05:44):
And so anyway, I found out that my husband did
electronic transfers for three months to a bank in South Carolina.
The woman sent me a picture of the car with
a South Carolina tag. I told my husband his side
chick called me and told me everything he's saying. She
is one of his older college students that he advised

(06:04):
years ago. And he said he did help her get
a car because she's a single mom and she needed
to get to it from work. He said he got
the call from an old friend in South Carolina owed
him a favor. He told the woman he paid the
first three months and she was on her own. This
is outstanding.

Speaker 2 (06:24):
Girl. That is excellent.

Speaker 3 (06:25):
When we come back right here, squere this letter just
right here, it's where this boy right here just made
me just stand up and go, my god.

Speaker 1 (06:36):
All right, hang on Steve. Coming up in twenty three
minutes after the hour, we'll have part two of Steve's
response coming up. And today's Strubberry letter subject is he's
late on his payments. We'll get back into it right
after this. You're listening hard Morning Show. All right, Come on, Steve,

(06:56):
let's recap today's Strawberry letter. The subject he's late on
his payment.

Speaker 3 (07:01):
I came win to the woman that rode in and
said that a call that she got a call from.
First of all, she said, I think my husband is cheating,
which lets us know that there's some doubt in this letter.
And I'm gonna tell you why the doubt is because
the man has set the hook in this thing right here.
So good. I'm so proud of him. He was just
out standing in every mood. He couldn't have made no
better moves right here. I couldn't done it better myself.

(07:22):
I'm just it's amazing how he the way he was
thinking on his feet. She said she got a call
from the lady said her husband was laid on her
car payments. Said, they've been having sex almost a year,
and he bought a car for birthday last August, and
he started dating another man in October. My husband got mad,
said to take the car away from she kept dating
the boyfriend was still sleeping with the husband, said, her

(07:44):
husband harrader, and he put a boot on his car. Now,
this is the first crack in the concrete, because where
he get a boot from boots his city property?

Speaker 2 (07:53):
I don't even know where.

Speaker 3 (07:54):
You can't go to win the boat, buy no damn
boot and get no boot on Amazon you get everything.
But how did he get to South Carolina put a
boot on the car? And why would he put a
boot on the car for what?

Speaker 2 (08:07):
Though? What do that do? Now?

Speaker 3 (08:10):
I did a lot of snooping and found out my
husband did electronic transfers for three months to a bank
in South Carolina. The woman sent me a picture of
the car with South Carolina tak. I told my husband
that his side chick called me in this way to
let her get good. His side chick called me and
told me everything.

Speaker 2 (08:26):
He said.

Speaker 3 (08:27):
She one of his older college students that advised years ago.
He said he did help her get a car because
she is a single mom and she needs to get
to it from work. He said he got the car
from an old friend in South Carolina owed him a favor.
He told the woman he would pay the first three
months and then she was on her own. Boy, boy
come through. Boy, this boy come through. You talking about

(08:51):
thinking on his feet. Now Amazon, you can get a
boot on Amazon. Call it.

Speaker 2 (08:58):
Just showed me something like it.

Speaker 3 (09:02):
But see, all he got to do is put this
doubt in here where I'm gonna get a boot from?
How I'm gonna put a boot on the car. He said,
he helped her get a car. So see this is
what the the brilliance of this. Yes, I did help
her get a car. So just in case you're snooping
and you found these three transfers, I'm telling you I

(09:25):
helped her get a car because she is a single
mom and she needs to get back and forth with.

Speaker 2 (09:30):
I was her college advisor.

Speaker 3 (09:33):
I have cared for this young person for all this time,
and I could not stop caring. And I told her
I'd pay for the first three months and then she
was on her own.

Speaker 2 (09:43):
Well guess what she said that he stopped paying. Well
guess what.

Speaker 3 (09:50):
I don't know if you told him that information or
you just said she told him everything. He said I
stopped paying that the three months says she was on
her own. I went to bed that night with a
pounding headache. Caused too many lives to get through all.
You went to bed with the pound and headache because
of the confusion that was created. Confusion creates doubt. Doubt

(10:14):
is the opening line in this letter. I think my
husband is cheating. This woman was definitely one of his
former students. Oh, another crack in the sidewalk. So you
mean to tell me he done told you that. He
told her three months. So now you got three bank transfers,

(10:36):
He got three months story behind it, three payments. Then
you find out that it was one of his former students.
This man is telling enough truth. He got enough truths
going in hire to make the lies believable. The expertise
of this is just amazing to me. Proud of him,

(10:59):
the crazy, confusing. I called the woman back to see
if my husband had reached back out to her. She
said he came and took the car. M he told
me the bank took it. Come on, come on, boy,

(11:20):
why would he buy a car without sex being involved?
Because why would you be a college adviser. Ain't no
sex involved in being a college adviser. I'm here to
help the youth of our tomorrow. She ain't got no daddy,

(11:45):
she ain't got no man. She a single mother. I
was just helping her get through a difficult time. Now
it has backfired on me out of the goodness of
my heart.

Speaker 2 (11:57):
Oh, he's such a caring person.

Speaker 3 (11:59):
Yes he is, and therefore I must side with him
because he has cast doubt.

Speaker 2 (12:09):
On the letter writer. The letter writer.

Speaker 3 (12:12):
First line in the letter is Stephen Shirley, I think
my husband is cheating on me. Well, I can see
how you think that, But didn't you say later on
in the bed laid on in the letter that you
went to bed with a pound and headache. She said
it because it was too many lines to get through.

(12:34):
But if it was enough, it was enough truth in
that to hold you. He did buy the call, He
did pay it for three months. She is supposed to
be on her own. He she is a former college
student of his.

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