‘Sis Is This Your Man?’ Viral Cheater Group Pages Take Over Facebook In Various Cities

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‘Sis Is This Your Man?’ Viral Cheater Group Pages Take Over Facebook In Various Cities

The creator spills the tea exclusively to BET.

Published 4 days ago

Written by Tweety Elitou

Just when you thought that Facebook was a thing of the past, it's over there getting spicy with groups that are giving you the rundown on who is out here creepin’ and plain ol’ being a thot. 

Cities all over are creating Facebook groups like “Sis, Is This Your Man?” and “Bro, Is This Your Girl?” that show images of possible cheaters out here doing the most. From Louisiana to Pennsylvania, lovers are being exposed for their bad behavior. 

We had the chance to speak with Ericka W. from Louisiana, the creator of “Sis, Is This Your Man/Bro, Is This Your Girl? (St. Mary Parrish)”, and she exclusively gave us the tea on why she created the group with close to 30,000 members in 2017.

“It was just something we were doing in Louisiana, but it was just for entertainment,” Ericka tells us. “[The page was supposed] to expose men and women that were cheating in my area, but nothing much was happening in my area."

When asked what she wanted people to get from joining the group she simply replied, “That you can't trust these men and women out here. I don't care how faithful you think they are.”

In order to join the group, Ericka says that you have to be respectful and “If you're going to expose someone, please have facts and receipts.”

The lesson to take away from this: if you're cheating, you'll be caught sooner than later.

(Photo: Getty Images)

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