Let this be a wonderful lesson in Internet blogging for you all: if a story that hasn’t been pulled straight from a news source neglects to mention names and only provides a narrative that seems too go to be true, there’s a good chance it’s fake. Perfect example? This story about some cheating girl whose boyfriend made a fake Snapchat account just to catch her in the act. For one thing, can you even RECEIVE snaps from someone you’re not already friends with on the app? If not, how did she get the messages? For two, who the fuck responds to a random Snapchatter and then follows up with nudes in the first 24 hours? Even the thirstiest THOT ain’t that thirsty.
No, no…this is most certainly fake. So now that you know the warning signs, see them in practice. According to Daily Mail,
A suspicious boyfriend claimed he posed as another man on Snapchat to trap his cheating girlfriend and then got his revenge by sharing her scantily-clad photographs online.
Now the man, who is unnamed and believed to be from the US, has outed her by sharing the images on Facebook – which have since gone viral.
…The boyfriend set up the fake Snapchat account using his friend’s pictures and started speaking to his girlfriend to try to catch her out.
The conversation soon escalated and she began sending semi-naked pictures which she captioned with a winking emoticon.
…Unbeknownst to her, the real recipient was her partner – and though Snapchats are deleted after a few seconds, he took screenshots of the pictures as evidence.
He posted them on Facebook and tagged the mutual friend, who his partner had believed she was flirting with.
If you see this posted on another website and framed as a “real” story, that website is run by idiots. Congrats! You now have an easy way to determine what websites are worth following and which ones aren’t. Clearly, BroBible is run by geniuses who aren’t fooled by stupid news stories faked for the sake of website traffic. Pat yourself on the back Bros, you’re smarter than 80% of the population.
[H/T Daily Mail]