Parents Cut Ties With 33-year-old Son Over S$11,000 Loan Shark Debt

Parents Cut Ties With 33-year-old Son Over S$11,000 Loan Shark Debt
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  1. Parents cut ties with son who owes loan sharks.
  2. Son disappears and deletes social media accounts.
  3. Parents previously help repay debt but cannot do so anymore.

Dude, let me tell you a story, it’s like a drama but real life.

This Shin Min Daily article talks about one son who owes loan sharks money, and his parents suffer because of his actions!

Money Troubles and Consequences

So this son, Xiaozhen Yao, 33 years old, owes a big amount to loan sharks.

His parents, Huang Yunping and Su Qiquan, helped him repay S$11,000.

But guess what? This son borrows another S$5,000 from five groups just two days later.

His poor parents got scolded and threatened!

Because of this, they decide to cut ties with him.

Like my auntie says, “Sometimes you must let go of the rotten apple before the whole bunch spoils.”

What? Son Disappears and Erases Social Media

On top of owing money to loan sharks, this son is not even around to face the music.

He just *poof* like a magician.

His mother last heard from him on June 13th.

Suddenly, all his social media accounts were also deleted.

It is like he just got swallowed by a huge angpao monster.

Parents Already Struggling Financially, Suffer Moral Dilemma

No jokes, this parent couple has no income, you know?

Now, they cannot afford to help repay their son’s debt anymore.

Imagine, they’re stuck between a rock and a durian.

They don’t know if they should continue helping their son and suffer, or just cut ties and try to live peacefully.

It’s a tough decision.

Actionable & Practical Takeaways

  • Maybe when lending money, think about the consequences it might bring to family and self.
  • When facing tough situations, remember that sometimes cutting ties might be the better option for self-preservation.
  • Communication is crucial; try to keep open lines with family members, who knows what problems can be solved together.

To wrap it up, this family just suffered because of their son’s poor choices and actions.

It’s a hard lesson to learn, and there’s no going back.

The only way to move forward is to make better decisions in the future.

So, what do you think? If you were in their shoes, how would you deal with such a situation?

Share your thoughts, maybe it can be a learning experience for all of us.

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