Girl dramatically confronts her gay best friend for having sex with her boyfriend in the middle of a TikTok
A girl confronted her gay best friend for having sex with her boyfriend in a TikTok that needs its own Netflix documentary immediately.
The questions start innocently enough, and members of the group say “put a finger down if you’ve ever been drunk”, “put a finger down if you’ve ever worn a crusty sock” and “put a finger down if you’ve ever been outside of Europe”.
But for the fourth question, one girl seizes the moment and says: “Put a finger down if one of your best friends slept with your boyfriend and the rest of your friends didn’t tell you about it for over six months.”
There is a moment of awkward silence as the friends all turn and look at each other, before the only boy in the group shouts: “Who the f**k told her?”
Sneaky snake ??. Trust no-one
— Jimmy ? (@jmadge33) May 15, 2020
They all begin screaming at each other, as the girl who was cheated on storms out of the room.
After more shouting and stomping around, one of the group keeps recording the TikTok outside the door to a room while the girl and her gay best friend scream at each other inside.
He yells, in an incredible finale: “It’s not my fault that your boyfriend prefers me over you.
“And it’s not my fault that your boyfriend is GAY!”
That’s as delicious as it is tragic.
— Matt ?️??⚕️? (@mattiemid) May 14, 2020
While some said they felt “bad for enjoying it because this is some Jeremy Kyle bulls**t right here”, one Twitter user said the drama, which may or may not have been acted, was “as delicious as it is tragic”.
I feel bad for enjoying it because this is some Jeremy Kyle bullshit right here.
— Kristof Hamilton (@KristofHamilton) May 15, 2020
“Better than most TV programs,” one person said, while another wrote: “This needs to be commissioned by ITV as a full drama immediately.”
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This needs to be commissioned by ITV as a full drama immediately https://t.co/RxY8NNz5ve
— Lee (@leeleebobs) May 15, 2020
Whether it’s legitimately true, or whether it’s just superbly acted, we impatiently await the Netflix documentary/mini-series.