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TikToker Tyne - who goes by @tynerobinsonn - took to the video sharing platform where she revealed what happened.
You can watch the video below:
And people were horrified at Tyne's experience, with one person commenting: "Bro was really insecure that you’d get noticed by a better man😂 god forbid right? You’re a queen ✨."
While another said: "Why do men think we still live to serve them? I don’t dress for men when I leave the house… I leave in what makes me feel confident."
And a third added: "If anything wouldn’t that draw more attention there’s absolutely no logic."
Meanwhile a fourth commented: "This whole relationship sounds toxic."
Tyne also added in the comments that that was "the day it ended".
In other TikTok relationship news, a woman has revealed how she confronted her cheating boyfriend in the most iconic way.
TikToker @naytaleeuh’s video has amassed five and a half million views, with many praising her for her super chilled way of exposing a cheating partner.
“Power move,” wrote one admiring viewer, while another agreed: “Thats sick. I’m 10000 per cent saving that if needed in the future.”
“Omg saving this in the back of my mind,” said a third, and a fourth added: “So using this if I ever get cheated again.”
You can watch the video here.
Meanwhile, one woman divided opinion after revealing her theory on why she lets men pay on dates.
The TikToker named Liz, aka @blackbeancrunchwrap, posted the video that ignited the debate. In her caption she says: “I told my therapist that I feel guilty when men pay on dates and she that when she’s on a date and the [cheque] comes she simply asks the guy ‘do you need any help with that?”
You can read more here.
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