Online love: Man falls in love with a guy who speaks to him daily in female voice

In today’s digital era, the internet has completely changed the way people meet and fall in love. Through social media applications, people can connect without any hassle. But sometimes these connections can also lead to deception and confusion. One such interesting case came to light recently, where a man fell in love with a person who used to talk to him daily in a female voice, but in reality, he was a man. Its video is also going viral on social media.

In the video, a group of boys is seen together, with one of them deceiving another boy by pretending to be a girl in love. The call is put on speaker, and everyone listens and enjoys the prank. By using a fake female voice, they have successfully fooled the unsuspecting boy into believing he is in a serious relationship. Unfortunately, such cases of deception through social media applications are becoming increasingly common.

According to the video, the lover in love is crying upset, and sad due to not being able to talk. His sadness is overwhelming, and he’s even talking about dying. You can hear him saying, “I’ve been locked in my room, I haven’t gone to work for two days, and I haven’t eaten anything. I keep waiting for you, hoping you’ll call me or send a message, but you haven’t. If you keep doing this, I swear I will die.”

Talking in the girl’s voice, the boy tried to convince his lover, saying, “Babu, please try to understand, I will not do this again.” The video ends with this. The viral video has been shared by Instagram handle Diksha Kushwaha. After watching the video, users have shared funny and humorous reactions. The video has received  6 million views and about 2 lakh likes.

This incident made it clear how important it is to be cautious with online friendships and relationships. Not everyone on the internet is what they appear to be, and trusting someone’s voice or profile is not always safe. In this way, taking advantage of someone’s trust and feelings for your temporary entertainment is also wrong.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].