TikToker gets boyfriend a birthday gift with the names of all the girls he cheated with on it

‘I wouldn’t even waste my money on that’ – video of creative present for cheating boyfriend sparks debate on social media

Jade Bremner
Thursday 02 December 2021 17:14

A TikToker got revenge on her cheating boyfriend by engraving a chain with the names of all the people he’s been unfaithful with.

“When he cheated so I got all the girls names on a chain and gave it to him for his birthday,” wrote @outspoken.m on TikTok with a video of her boyfriend opening the present.

The video has amassed 13.7m views since it was posted five days ago. While it's not possible to see a close up of the engravings on the necklace in the short 16-second video, it has sparked a furious flurry of comments under the post.

“I wouldn’t even waste my money on that. Write their names with a key on his car,” said @amissionarydess.

“He closed that thing like it was pandora’s box,” said user @maiyurrr.

@outspoken.m has posted a follow-up clip with a text message exchange between her and her boyfriend about the gift. “So you not going to wear it?” mocked the girlfriend.

“Why would I wear that?” asked the boyfriend.

The woman goes on to inform him that she had shown the gift to her mother.


Reply to @taffeta2005 ##messytiktok before y’all ask This was A MONTH AGO still NOT 👫🏾

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“My mom didn't think it was funny either,” she texted.

“It’s now the only gift I’ve gotten and it’s a joke so it hurt,” the boyfriend replied, seemingly unremorseful about his alleged infidelity.

"He a while cheater talking about it hurt. Whew. The audacity,” commented one person.

“Not him trying to make YOU feel bad,” wrote another.

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