Girl’s Good friend Catches Her Boyfriend Verified on Tinder in Viral TikTok

A woman on TikTok learned from a friend that her boyfriend was cheating on her when the friend found him on the dating app Tinder.

Bri, known as user @luvergirlbrii on TikTok, posted a screenshot of the text message exposing her ex-boyfriend today, accompanied by Taylor Swift’s song “All Too Well”. The clip was released last month.

The message from her friend or acquaintance read, “Hey Bri, I know we’re not talking, but I recently downloaded Tinder and this person showed up and I realized it was your boyfriend. I just wanted to tell you because I know if (roles) were reversed, I would want to know. ”

As of Saturday, the video received 3.7 million views and around 1,700 comments on TikTok. Bri has less than 1,500 followers on the app.

The person then debunked any likely excuses the boyfriend at the time added, “I also saw that his account was verified, which means that he verified his face through facial recognition so people would know you were a real account. The algorithm … also shows you people who are active. And the pictures he posted are new too. I just wanted to let you know. ”

There is no way this boy can say it was “just an old account”.

One viewer commented on the TikTok: “The girl said, ‘Let me deconstruct all of her excuses in advance.'”

The comments were full of viewers applauding the person who sent Bri a message, saying that they were clearly on Bri’s side and were looking for their best interests.

“So she gave you the facts and every reason to back it up. She’s really on our team, ”commented one user.

Another viewer said, “Girl should become a lawyer. She had all of his excuses covered for you. ”

Somebody else wrote, “GIRL GIVES INVOICES. I’m so sorry, but this girl is so cute for what they did. ”

Despite being cheated on by her boyfriend, Bri seemed happy.

A bystander asked her advice on sharing similar news with her own friend, and Bri’s answer was yes.

“Hey girl, when you see this, you can let me know if you’re glad she told you that I need to know if I should pass this message to another girl,” commented the viewer. In response, Bri wrote: “YES (: my relationship was already stuck by a thread, although my social media showed something different, haha.”

User @luvergirlbrii did not respond to the Daily Dot’s request for a comment via TikTok comment.

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* First released: Jan 1, 2022 at 2:16 p.m. CST

Cecilia Lenzen

Cecilia Lenzen is a journalism student at the University of Texas at Arlington and a freelance reporter for the Daily Dot.

Cecilia Lenzen

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