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Woman Trolls Her Cheating Ex By Reading His Apology Text With Live Sad Violin Accompaniment

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A woman's beautiful petty revenge against her cheating ex has gone viral after turning one of her parody tunes against her ex in an absolutely boss fashion.

Jax, who uses the TikTok handle @jaxwritessongs, brought in violinist Lindsay Stirling to accompany her on the strings while she read out each fraught paragraph of her cheating ex's apology text.

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Adding sad violins to my ex’s bs apology text featuring the incredible @lindseystirling ❤️. #fypシ #foryou #xyzbca

"Hey," she begins, as the violin strums a wistful melody alongside her narration.

"I know you're probably never going to forgive me for what happened, but I wanted a chance to explain."
"I know it wasn't right that I 'technically' hooked up with your roommate, but I've been going through a lot and that's not who I am."

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@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

The violin played on, as the text got more gaslighty.

"I would really appreciate if you would show me some sort of sympathy and stop treating me like a villain," he wrote.

"Plus you've been really busy at work and I've been feeling really alone."

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@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

@jaxwritessongs/TikTok

After reading the "I love you so much more than Emily" line, Stirling and Jax begin harmonizing together, driving home just how "sorry" the ex's text felt.

"What am I supposed to tell my family?"

The video ends with the audacious phrase:

"Also....did you change the Netflix password?"

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Jax, whose real name is Jackie Miskanic is a signed musician with Atlantic records who came in 3rd on American Idol in 2015. So needless to say, it seems like she is doing just fine without her sad-violin ex.

Jax plans to continue this as a TikTok series, turning cringey apology texts from others into sad violin numbers.