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Teen Has Mic Drop Response After Her 'Cheating Ex' Tries To Ask Her To Homecoming

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A teenager is nursing an absolutely savage (figurative) burn after his ex-girlfriend was caught on video brutally rejecting his homecoming proposal in front of his friends and several other students--or at least, we assume he is, based on his reaction.

TikToker @yoalibethgomez posted a video of herself approaching her as-described "cheating ex" holding up a posterboard to ask her to homecoming in a school gymnasium, surrounded by several students.

At first approaching with caution, the girl seems to consider it for a moment, before outright ripping it up in front of the student body.


Soon after, she posted a follow up video where she accepted a different student's proposal to homecoming with her.

But people weren't over the absolute savagery of her rejection in the first one.

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@yoalibethgomez/TikTok

The gesture was abrupt in the video, yet effective.

As soon as she ripped up the poster board containing the homecoming proposal, the entire crowd went off. Some with squeals of delight, but mostly a resounding "Ohhhh!" once they realized the gravity of the gesture.

It was so brutal, even Arby's got in the comments:

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@yoalibethgomez/TikTok

Both videos have gone viral, with the rejection video amassing over 1 million likes and 6.5 million views.

"I actually felt like this was hella disrespectful to you," said one viewer, who was not as amused as the others.

"And everyone around him giving him the attention he wants is disrespectful too. They all wrong."

But most viewers haven't stopped laughing yet to evaluate.


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@yoalibethgomez/TikTok

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@yoalibethgomez/TikTok

Lesson learned! Don't wrong someone and then ask them to a school dance.

Or else you may just find yourself the villain in a viral TikTok, and over 6 million people will have seen you get embarrassed in front of all your friends.