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Oct. 03, 19 | 11:26 am

Arjuna Benjamin traded his life in Singapore to come to the Philippines and be with the love of his life ‘Teresita’.

But after years of living together, Arjuna suffered from a medical condition that led to his leg amputation.

The Singaporean related that Teresita did not take care of him.

They split up two years ago and Arjuna was left homeless, now sleeping in the streets of Mandaluyong. The former couple had two children.

Some residents feel bad for the Singaporean national after hearing several attempts that he wanted to end his life.

The man said that his ex-lover was able to get at least 20 million pesos from him.

Arjuna was then brought to Raffy Tulfo’s show to raise his concern.

Tulfo promised him to buy his tickets back to Singapore. The show also called Teresita but denied Arjuna’s accusations.

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