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I caught my boyfriend using Tinder – here’s how I know he was using the dating app while we were together


A WOMAN caught her boyfriend using Tinder while they were in a relationship.

The girlfriend was informed by a friend on social media that her now ex-boyfriend was using the popular dating app.


The girlfriend posted a print screen of the conversation[/caption]


She was miming along to Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’[/caption]

In a TikTok video, the woman uploaded a screenshot of messages from her friend detailing what she found online.

It read: “Hey XXX i know we don’t talk but i recently downloaded Tinder and this person popped 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.

“I also saw that his account verified which mean that he verified his face through facial recognition so that it tells people that you are a real account.

Making sure that the man couldn’t use the excuse that the account was old, the friend continued: “Also the algorithm… shows you people who are active. And also the pictures he posted are recent. I just wanted to let you know.”

The woman responded to the girl with voice notes, however did not play them in the TikTok video.

Instead, she mouthed the words to Taylor Swift’s hit song All Too Well, miming “and that made me want to die” while pointing at the girl’s messages.

The video, which has amassed over 3million views, was captioned: “really had me crying & throwing up at my new job.”

The friend also appeared to send a screen recording to the girlfriend, however, again that was not shown in the video.

TikTok viewers quickly filled the comments with praise for the person who messaged the girlfriend.

“They way she gave you the facts and every reason to back it up. She is really on ur team,” one user said.

Another wrote: “Girl should be an attorney. She had all his excuses covered for you” and someone added “GIRL GAVE RECEIPTS. I’m so sorry but this girl is so sweet for what they did.”

One viewer even asked the girlfriend for advice on whether or not she should tell her friend similar news, to which she answered yes.

“YES (: my relationship was already holding on by a thread even tho my social media showed otherwise haha,” the woman said.

The Sun contacted the woman who uploaded the TikTok video but did not get an immediate response.

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