How trifling can some women really be? Ashley Murrell is trifling personified in my humble opinion, as her deceased husband did not deserve what he got from the hands of the woman he literally worked to death for.
Mikey, Ms Murrell late husband, died in his sleep in a sofa after his wife banished him from their bedroom following a heated altercation.
It turned out that carpet cleaner Mikey worked 16 hours shift, seven days a week just so he look after his family and save enough money to take her and the kids on a holiday.
I would like to commend men such as Mikey who take care of home, it is a noble thing to do and by every indication separates men from boys. The one thing I can’t wrap my head around is what gave the woman the right to make a man so dedicated and hardworking sleep on a sofa after a gruelling 16 hour shift.
As if that was not bad enough, after Mikey’s death she started a romantic affair with his brother. Some may see nothing wrong with it but I certainly don’t see anything right in these sort of relationships either, it makes one think perhaps something have been cooking before his death.
For those who have no idea Carpet cleaning is a physical job and from my personal experience having worked 12 hours shifts for 66 days straight in the past, it is the closest thing to hell.
Working too much hours is often associated with low paying blue collar jobs which I did for years until someone thought me the importance of working smarter not harder.
I must admit it is not a good thing to kick someone when he or she is down but this is despicable beyond belief.
The began dating in 2007 and married in 2010.
After they tied the knot of nuptial, Mr Murrell adopted Ashley’s daughter Morgan, 14, and the couple had twins Mikey Junior and Lisa in 2013.
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