A family feud takes a dark turn when a man tells his sister with cancer that bad things happen to bad people. The two siblings have had a tumultuous relationship for years, with the man citing multiple instances of bullying and mistreatment from his sister. When his sister revealed her cancer diagnosis, he responded by telling her that karma had finally caught up to her. Now, the man is wondering if he was in the wrong and if he should apologize. Read on to find out more about this family's drama.
Sibling rivalry takes a dark turn with cancer comment.
Sibling rivalry and adoption woes causing family divide.
Survivor shares past bullying from cancer patient sibling 💪
Bullying doesn't stop even as adults, even over 'girly' names 😔
Siblings' ongoing feud involves outing and fostering accusations.
Locked out of the house for 3 days at 13 😱
Revealing the ugly truth about a toxic sibling relationship.
Siblings gather for lunch at cancer-stricken sister's house
Supporting a sibling with cancer - the right words matter ❤️
Man cruelly tells sister with cancer that karma caught up 😔
Redditor debates if they're an AH for calling out sister's behavior
Sibling rivalry goes too far?
Sibling rivalry is a tale as old as time, but what happens when it crosses the line? One man shares his story of a lifetime of mistreatment at the hands of his sister, culminating in a heated argument over her cancer diagnosis. Was he justified in his words, or did he take it too far? Read on to find out and join in the discussion in the comments below.
Comment section debates whether cancer is karma, ESH.
Man gets called out for implying cancer only affects bad people 😒
Commenter defends NTA judgment, clarifies karma comment was not about cancer. 👏
Sibling's cancer doesn't excuse years of mistreating adoptive siblings. ESH.
Sometimes being an a**hole can be euphoric 💁♂️
Avoid toxic people in your life for your own sake. 👏
Defending against bullying: a justified response or crossing the line? 🤔
Inappropriate comment by OP, but sister's behavior also questionable. 😕
Both comment and replies agree OP's sister is a jerk.
No sympathy for a jerk sister with cancer. #NTA 💁
Sibling feud over cancer diagnosis leads to ESH verdict.
Commenter stands by the person's actions. 👍
Cancer survivor supports NTA comment with fiery emoji 🔥
Commenter suggests giving as much support as received from sister
Defending OP against sister with cancer accusations 💪
Sick a**hole still an a**hole? NTA but tough situation.
Leaving siblings is AH move, but overall NTA! 👍
Commenters debate if telling someone they deserve cancer goes too far 💬
Sibling jealousy resurfaces during sister's cancer battle. NTA 🙅🏼
Sister with cancer called karma, ESH but hurtful comment.
Sibling's cancer diagnosis sparks family drama and reflection. 🤔
Sister deserves it but wrong timing, manners and presence. ESH 🤷🏻♀️
Cutting toxic family members out of your life is self-care 💆♀️
Family isn't always blood. NTA for setting boundaries.
Sibling rivalry and karma! 👀
Stand your ground and cut toxic relationships. NTA.
OP is NTA for not wanting to have a relationship with Ava 💔
Commenter points out cruel intent behind cancer remark. ESH.
Stand up for yourself, but don't sabotage her treatment 💪🏼🙅🏻♀️
NTA for standing up to a bully even if she has cancer 😨
Victim blaming is never okay. 👎
Standing up to a bully sister with cancer. NTA.
Commenter calls out YTA for lack of empathy 🤨
Commenter sympathizes with OP's situation and lack of support system 😔
Sibling rivalry turns sour - ESH in a family feud 🤨
Going against the wave - commenter thinks NTA for cancer comment ⚡
Sibling rivalry gets heated over sister's cancer diagnosis. ESH.
Calling out toxic behavior towards sister with cancer. NTA.
Victim of sister's abuse defends harsh but fair judgement 🔥
Commenter justifies sister's misfortune, but criticizes OP's actions.
NTA. Sister's stunt backfired in her face. No sympathy deserved. 🙅♂️
Responding to entitled sister with cancer, NTA implies karma's justice.
Family drama and cancer - ESH and therapy needed.
Clear cut case of not the a**hole 👍
Defending OP's controversial stance on karma and cancer. 👀
NTA for standing up to a lifetime of family torment 👏
Victim stands up to toxic sister, refuses to support her cancer battle.
Cancer is not karma, but OP's sister is not blameless 🤔
Standing up to a sister with cancer, but crosses a line.
Cutting off toxic family members can be liberating 👏
Commenter defends stance on karma and cancer with NTA sentiment.
Family's adoption led to suffering and karma for all involved.
Sister abusive for years, gets upset when karma bites her 🤷♀️
Commenter defends man's controversial 'karma' comment about sister's cancer
Defending against family pressure: NTA and AHs called out 🙌
Commenter is not the a-hole in this situation.