A woman messaged a potential love interest online, hoping to go on a date with him. His rude response was completely unexpected, so she decided to shame him on TikTok.
The world of online dating can be a minefield, and every step has the potential to lead to a negative experience. When a confident single woman decided to reach out to an online love interest, his response was shocking.
Not only did he insult her, but he gave her some advice that was unasked for. Fortunately, she was able to pick herself up and respond to him.
A woman shows viewers the messages between her and a Bumble match in which he fat shames her | Photo: TikTok/dilemma.rec
THEY MATCHED ON BUMBLE
A woman who goes by Emma on TikTok used her platform to shame the man who had been cruel to her online. Her account, @dilemma.rec, posted the video and reached thousands of people.
Sarcastically captioned "Come get your man," the video revealed the purported conversation with a match on Bumble. The chat started with Emma asking her match when they were going to the wedding.
A woman shows viewers photos of her Bumble match | Photo: TikTok/dilemma.rec
This was a question aimed at his dating profile which indicated that he was searching for a wedding date. He snidely replied to her question with the following answer: "Nah, only chicks that weigh less than me."
Not all netizens approved of the way Emma handled the matter and some even called her out for it.
She took the message in her stride and comically told him he was a "gem" and expressed that whoever ended up with him would be "so lucky." Her remarks were met with another mocking comment.
Purported messages between a woman and her Bumble match in which he fat-shames her | Photo: TikTok/dilemma.rec
The Bumble match said: "Thanks, fam. Hit the gym and use the weight watchers app." This conversation was displayed in Emma's TikTok video and was followed by photos of the man responsible for the messages.
She also included his LinkedIn and Facebook accounts. Netizens quickly reacted to her clip, and one user noted that the Bumble match had removed all of his social media pages since Emma's video went viral.
Online community members react to a video of a woman who shames a man that insulted her on a dating app | Photo: TikTok/dilemma.rec
HANDLING THE MATTER
People also commended the TikToker for her reaction. One user wrote: "I'm so sorry some men are so terrible, sis, you are gorgeous." Another added: "I'll never understand why people match with someone just to say mean things."
Not all netizens approved of the way Emma handled the matter, and some even called her out for it. A user stated: "At the end of the day, the amount of effort you put into a man who insulted you ... is kinda sad."
The comment section of a video in which a woman shames a man that insulted her | Photo: TikTok/dilemma.rec
INTENTIONS WITH THE VIDEO
With varying opinions, the TikToker commented on her own video to clear up her intentions because "people were not getting the point." She explained that she was calling the guy out because he matched with her to be mean.
While some people still condemned her actions, the video did lead the fat-shamer to go offline. According to a netizen, this means Emma reached her goal.
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