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Student Offers to Fight Her Friend's 'Cheating' Boyfriend, but He Has a Twin

When injustice strikes, Rebekah is the kind of friend you want in your corner. She's loyal to her fellow women and will fight for you—even if you're only mutual friends on social media.


That is what almost happened when the University of Texas, San Antonio student saw fellow student Jasmine's boyfriend flirting with another girl in the library. Rebekah recognized the man from Jasmine's photos and decided to out the guy to his significant other.

At least she thought she did.

 

"Tell me if you want me to fight him."

In her message Rebekah wrote:

Hey girl, I know we don't know each other, just been mutuals on Twitter for a little bit. I go to UTSA too. But I recognise who I think is your boyfriend in the library from all y'all's pictures on here and he's with a girl and he's being kind of touchy with her. I didn't really know if I should message you/how to tell you but I have been full on cheated on before and girl to girl I'd want to know.

I hope this doesn't cause you a lot of problems. I feel really bad but I just thought it'd be wrong to witness it and not say anything, you know? Tell me if you want me to fight him. I'll be here a while.

But Jasmine was cool with it.

Most significant others would be upset when they find out their boyfriend or girlfriend is cheating on them. Except Jasmine wasn't. Why is that? Because Jasmine's boyfriend was sitting right next to her when she received the text!

The "cheating" boyfriend was his identical twin.

Jasmine's boyfriend has an identical twin brother and it was he who Rebekah had spotted with his girlfriend. She told Rebekah and it was quickly resolved.

But even though it was a false alarm, Rebekah was thankful that her fellow student was looking out for her.

Jasmine's story has gone viral on Twitter, and she has received lots of love in return.

Girl power.

Seems this happens with identical twins all the time.

The new Rebekah standard—friendship goals.

Hopefully, they became real friends, IRL.

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h/t: Twitter