Since the TikToker posted her catfish confession, the video has been viewed 7.9m times, with 2.2m likes, and her elaborate story even gained the attention of MTV’s “Catfish” hosts Nev Schulman, 37, and Kamie Crawford, 29.
“I approve this message,” Schulman commented, proud of the TikToker for coming clean, while Crawford wrote: “I’ll allow it.”
“I’m not saying this is the right way to go about meeting the person of your dreams, but I have to hand it to this creator, it was very clever,” Crawford told The New York Post, and added that the TikTok “should just be herself” moving forward.
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“He did not find this as funny as the people in the people in the comments,” the woman explained and said people’s comments on her original video had her thinking “maybe this is funny, maybe this is not creepy, maybe this is endearing and a story that we can tell our future children. Nope!”
Turns out, her now-ex-boyfriend has blocked, deleted and ignored her on social media but despite this, the woman seemed in good spirits adding: “But, you know what, it happens. It is what it is.”
Though the story didn’t even there, as the TikToker revealed she received messages from her ex in which he demanded her to remove the TikToks and also allegedly threatened to have his sister beat her up.