Is TikTok full of cheaters?
Yesterday I blogged about my short-lived experience on TikTok,( TikTok won’t let me be great). I know many older folks love the app and post regularly, but I can’t convince myself to do something that doesn’t help me grow and better myself. So I decided to join that dumb app but do what I love and do fitness videos. However, I was met with comments that made me feel like knocking eyeballs straight from their socket.
Anyhoo, I was late in joining the whole TikTok craze, but baby, chile, once I did, all I see are videos of men wagging their private parts or women twerking on the screen. Then there’s the stare-down “let me make love to my followers with my eyes” as I lip-sync into the camera.
Corny Corny Corny! I hate it, and then here’s the best part… After that, THE COMMENTS start pouring in:
“I’m so mad that I’m married because, the things I would do to you.”
“You look so damn good and edible.”
“good morning,” followed by kiss faces and red hearts
“Yo ass is so fat.”
“My husband wants to know why the same song keeps playing over and over again.”
“Are those titties real”?
“I wish I had known I was gay before I got married.”
“Watching your videos makes me want to leave my wife/husband.”
Those are just a few of the comments from the cheater side of TikityTokity land.
I’m sure some of you are wondering how do I know they are married? The answer is simple: I click on the commenter’s picture and go to their profile, and it’ll have their status in the bio. Then, if you scroll for a while down their feed, you will see a video of them and their spouse or some sort of clue that they are married.
There is a chance that the married person may be all talk and would never step outside their marriage. But why risk it?
If my husband had a TikTok account and left obscene comments, I would feel betrayed and disgusted. And he would quickly be missing an eye, a toe, an eyebrow, a finger…well, you get it. He’ll walk over, but he’ll be limping out the door.
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