A TikToker publicly shared messages that a classmate sent her—and they're creeping people out.
TikToker @mb2chainz started receiving a staggering number of cringey, unsolicited messages from a classmate. She decided to share them to TikTok in the form of two videos.
The text messages show the man admitting his feelings for the TikToker, which then turn into an unhinged jumble of poetry and hypothetical scenarios.
Watch the first video here:
Are men okay? #fyp
The videos showed @mb2chainz overlayed on the messages that her classmate sent her as different sound bites played in the background.
We were first shown the original message sent from the classmate.
“You looked great in our classes, btw. I’m not sure what improvements can be made ;)"
This message was shown with a popular TikTok sound bite from Real Housewives of Atlanta played in the background, which says:
“What happened to hello? How are you? My name is?”
The TikToker, understandably, did not respond to the creepy and unsolicited message, but that did not deter her classmate.
He then followed up his original message with another.
“Thought I would’ve heard from you by now, I hope my compliment wasn’t misunderstood.”
He then texted:
“Mary Beth, I guess you ghosted me. I’m not the kind of guy that gets ghosted."
"My life is a physical, mental, and spiritual journey. Whether you intended it or not you played a part in furthering my progress on that journey.”
If that wasn't disturbing enough, the classmate insisted on continuing this one-sided conversation with himself in the TikTokers DMs, which she shared in a follow-up video.
In the follow-up video, the TikToker then displayed the next several in the series of messages, each of which became more and more unsettling.
Watch it here:
Reply to @user799kwdzdmj not joking when I say he sent five more after this one lmaooo he’s blocked now
“I know a lot of pretty women. I’m only actually attracted to maybe 5 or 10% of them. It just takes something more to attract me.”
The classmate then explained that the TikToker's tattoo sparked his attraction to her,, describing that it made "something go CLICK.”
He then paints a picture of a completely hypothetical situation in which he takes someone else on a romantic date to the Meadows Center in San Marcos, Texas. Can you say "yikes?"
“But I’ll remember that it was supposed to be different, supposed to be another beautiful woman, we were going to have a conversation, a conversation at the Meadows Center.”
Behind these messages, @mb2chainz added a sound bite of popular music artist Lana Del Rey, that played “I’m a real poet. My life is my poetry."
The TikToks have since gone viral, with the first of the series garnering over 700,000 views.
TikTok users are cringing at the messages and overwhelmingly showing their support for the TikToker.
Chances are, this guy isn't getting a date with @mb2chainz anytime soon. Try a different approach next time, dude!