ON THE DL

Real Or Fake?: Woman Arrives Home, Discovers Gay Husband’s Secret Love Affair

Screen-shot-2013-07-03-at-10.57.17-AMOooooh, child! The sistah is in rare form today!

A “sistah” fan of the blog Black Media Scoop submitted this photo yesterday to “reassure the ladies that Its Real Out Here and Its Packs U Cant Take Back [sic] So Always (No Matter What) Protect YoSelf [sic].” According to her, the man sucking his thumb is her husband, and she has no idea who the man lying beside him is.

“This is a real pix [sic],” she begins. After leaving work early one night, she arrived home and “saw what you are seeing.”

She continues:

“I took this pix [sic] with my camera. I did not wake my husband. I just left. He has not seen me since. He has not attempted to call me or even drive to my work place.”

She then says that “every so called man ain’t no real man,” of course, because “Black Media Scoop” is the authority on what makes a “real” man, and it’s certainly not a gay one!

Our fake-dar is ringing off the charts right now, because we’ve never met a woman—especially one that calls herself “sistah”—that would have left her gay husband’s love affair undisturbed.

What do you think?

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23 Comments

  • onahigh23

    Fake as a bag full of weave.

  • 2eo

    The artifacting on the left man is a different “weave” than the guy on the right. The photo is doctored no question.

  • cmig5

    Gross, that’s my opinion.

  • Taliaferro

    The thumb sucking bothers me more than anything – how old is this man? That said, I know of no woman, “sistah,” or not who is going to go in so quietly that her sleeping man is not disturbed, take his photo and leave and not make a scene. Also, she has not heard from him at all? Puh-leaze, anyone would attempt to contact someone who has disappeared.

  • Kangol

    Total fake, and a Google image search shows this has been circulating since last July. (The guy on the left also is–or looks like–a certain hot internet personality.)

  • Dakotahgeo

    Publicity! Totalllllllllllllllll publicity!!!

  • bearcub666

    @onahigh23 I’m dying at that post.

  • Sohobod

    I don’t like articles that plaster [sic] all over them. We know there are mistakes; please don’t show off. It’s annoying and pretentious.

  • Philip

    The man on the left could very easily be holding a phone up to take the pic. Probably more for the thumb sucking shame than anything else.

  • Dr. Dick

    @Sohobod: RIGHT?! especially on THIS of all sites lol, I really can’t.

  • hephaestion

    What adult sucks his thumb?? That is blowing my mind.

  • Nicholas

    @hephaestion: My dad’s in his fifties, but I catch him putting his thumb in his mouth as he dozes off in front of the television. He gets super embarrassed about it; I don’t even think it’s under his conscious control. That makes me think it might not be as uncommon as people think.

  • Will L

    Fake.

    Yeah, “sistah” would have taken one of them out before she left. Pic looks too posed. If you are having an affair in your own home, you don’t risk falling asleep. She would have had to get right on top of the bed with them.

  • Will L

    @Sohobod: [sic] is very legitimate in journalism. Yes, they are mistakes and we know it, but the point of [sic] is to let you know that it was a direct quote and is isn’t the journalist’s mistake.

  • DonW

    @Sohobod: The repeated use of [sic] to point out black dialect looks like a not-so-subtle racial sneer. Kind of ironic coming from Queerty. Maybe you should insert [sic] every time you confuse “your” and “you’re” or “its” and “it’s.”

  • tjr101

    This is ridiculous.

  • nevereclipsed81

    I’m surprised he wouldn’t wake up, but I for sure know how real the downlow is. It’s annoying as f–k. Those closeted freaks are always the ones calling your phone 6 months after you hooked up.

  • jwrappaport

    I think it’s fine to use [sic] when readers may genuinely be confused as to whether an error is in the original text or the transcription. Here, it doesn’t seem like there’s any risk for confusion, so they’re not necessary. In fact, it makes mee [sic].

  • jwrappaport

    Damn it. Caught in my own web of grammatical Nazism. Should be *of, not *for.

  • Haji

    Yes some women would walk away and leave them undisturbed. A friend of mine caught her husband being plowed and she walked out and went home. When he arrived back home and saw her in the living room crying, he immediately knew he had been found out. She divorced him and took him for everything he was worth and then some.

  • BeauBoi69

    My first love, when I was 18 and he was 17, and I spent the night together in the same bed for the first time. I woke up on the middle of the night because I heard “muttering”. Unbeknownst to me, he slept with his eyes open AND talked (or more accurately “muttered”) in his sleep AND sucked his thumb in his sleep! Talk about creeping someone out! I looked over to discover my young love staring at me (I thought), sucking his thumb, and talking unintelligently to me!!! Later on, I found the thumb-sucking cute, but that first night it freaked me the f^#k out!!!! Lol

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