A woman scorned: Wife sells cheating husband’s items on Facebook live

Screenshots: Jamille Margarita Galvez (Facebook)
Screenshots: Jamille Margarita Galvez (Facebook)

A woman got payback Tinder Swindler-style after her live selling of her erring husband’s possessions — including some treasured items such as basketball caps and designer footwear — caught the attention of Filipino netizens.

Jamille Margarita Galvez became a live-selling star practically overnight after her live stream bidding off her husband’s items, who apparently left her for his side piece, was shared over 28,000 times.

She called the stream “Mga gamit ng sumakabilang-bahay live selling (Live selling off items of those who moved houses),” a play on the phrase sumakabilang-buhay, a Filipino euphemism that means to pass away.

The second edition of her live stream has been shared 4,000 times.

“Promise po, matitino po lahat, orig, walang fake, ‘yung asawa lang ‘yung manloloko (I promise you, everything is in good condition, original, no fakes — it’s just the husband who’s crooked),” Jamille cracks as she peddles her cheating husband’s possessions.

She auctioned off a variety of items from her husband’s closet, including Lacoste shirts, Yeezys, and even a US$400 pair of adidas x Pharrell Williams Human Race NMD Breathe/Walk sneakers, apparently a gift from the mistress.

Jamille also did not mince words in her video’s description, where she took multiple swipes at her husband and his mistress.

“CAUTION: BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK, MAY SUMPA ‘TO SIGURADO MAGIGING BABAERO UNG BF O ASAWA NIYO! HAHAHA Unang suot fuccboi agad! May bonus pang pagiging sugalero!”

(Caution: Buy at your own risk, these items are cursed! They will turn your boyfriend or husband into a certified cheater. The moment they wear it they immediately become fuccbois! With a bonus gambling addiction.)

Lahat ng items MATINO pa, ung may-ari lang ung hindi.”

(All the items are decent, only the owner isn’t.)

“Walang LASPAG dito, ung kabit lang niya.”

(None of these items is worn out, only his mistress is.)

‘Wag mag-MINE kung ‘di mo kaya panindigan gaya ng ginawa ng asawa ko.”

(Don’t claim “mine” if you can’t stand by your choice, just like my husband couldn’t stand by me.)

“RFS: Baboy ‘yung nagsuot. BAWAS BASURA SA BAHAY!

(Reason for selling: A pig wore these. We’re taking out trash in this house!)

Ganito pag business minded ‘yung asawang niloko! Next time, pati kabit mo bebenta ko! Online seller ang asawa mo dzai!

(This is what happens when the wife you cheat on is business-minded. Next time, I’ll even sell your mistress! Your wife is an online seller, dzai!)

Jamille also called for other spouses who had been cheated on to support her live stream by sharing the video on their pages.

Despite going through a betrayal, social media praised Jamille’s upbeat attitude and humor and cheered her on for staying strong.

“You’re beautiful, you didn’t deserve to be cheated on,” one comment said.

“I bet the husband regrets his decision now,” another said.

Jamille said that she has earned about PHP300,000 (US$5,778) from selling off her ex’s stuff.

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