‘I swear women are the most manipulative’: TikToker records TV and pretends she’s at a concert to make boyfriend jealous, sparking debate – The Daily Dot

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                                                                                            <span class="dd-article-leadart-image-credit-segment">                                                                                  <a href="">@sarah.lupica/Tiktok</a>                                                                           </span>                                                                                                                                                     <span class="dd-article-leadart-image-credit-segment">                                                                          Remix by Max Fleishman                                                                  </span>                                                     <br>Braden Bjella<br>Internet Culture<br>                       Published Jan 4, 2022&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Updated Jan 4, 2022, 12:27 pm CST                        <br>A <a href="">viral TikTok</a> shows a woman recording a concert on TV to pretend she&#8217;s there. The TikToker, Sarah Lupica (@sarah.lupica), shared the video on Friday; by Tuesday, it had acquired more than 11.5 million views.<br>The clip features Lupica, 19, filming the concert on TV with her phone. &#8220;Him: Where are you?&#8221; she writes. &#8220;Me bc [because] I&#8217;m mad at him.&#8221;<br><a title="fypp" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#fypp</a> <a title="foryou" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#foryou</a> <a title="fyp" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#fyp</a> <a title="EveryKiss" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#EveryKiss</a> <a title="YerAWizard" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#YerAWizard</a> <a title="FritoLayRickRoll" target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">#FritoLayRickRoll</a><br>The comments erupted in a heated debate about whether or not it was OK for Lupica to fake being at a concert—or if her boyfriend would even believe it in the first place.<br>“I swear women are the most manipulative and will go to ends of the earth to be correct,” one commenter wrote. “I love our toxic trait lol.”<br>This comment got over 95,000 likes and sparked intense discussion.<br>“Do you expect people to praise you for being a horrible person?” one user responded.<br>“Why is being manipulative and toxic even remotely OK?” asked another. Throughout the thread, commenters on both sides of the discussion repeatedly accused others of being &#8220;triggered.&#8221;<br>Still others in the comments said they could see themselves using this trick in the future.<br>“I would 100% do this,” wrote one TikTok user.<br>“THIS SOME ME BEHAVIOR,” shared another.<br>Other commenters critiqued the TikTok from a practical perspective and made suggestions about how to improve the video to heighten the jealousy.<br>“Make it sound more realistic by yelling in the background,” one user said.<br>“Turn off location services, the club doesn’t get good reception. throw in people talking as a background noise,” an additional TikToker wrote before adding, &#8220;I&#8217;ll be doing this later.”<br>Comments like these sparked further debate.<br>When one user asked why someone would go through the effort of doing this just to make the boyfriend upset, another responded: “Men have been consistently traumatizing women throughout the history of time. God forbid they get a taste of their own medicine.&#8221;<br>“If the dudes acting like a pos [piece of shit] then why can’t she?” another commenter wrote.<br>In a <a href="">later video</a>, Lupica posted the footage she took of the television.<br>One TikToker said they thought they&#8217;ve been duped with TV footage before. “Now I’m convinced some ppl ain’t really going to the concerts,&#8221; they wrote.<br>“I woulda been fooled!” exclaimed another user.<br>Most commonly, users said the trick will be a tool in their arsenal for their next bout of relationship drama.<br>“The fact I’m thinking bout doing this is toxic,” wrote one user. “#girlboss.”<br>The Daily Dot reached out to Lupica via TikTok comment and Instagram message.<br> <strong>Must-reads on the Daily Dot </strong><br>Braden Bjella is a culture writer. His work can be found in Mixmag, Electronic Beats, Schön! magazine, and more.<br>New &#8216;Bachelor&#8217; contestant sparks debate—and memes<br>&#8216;Don’t mess with stuff that’s not yours&#8217;: Airbnb hosts say guests changed the locks in viral TikTok<br>‘She threw the dog into a better life’: Man shares update year after a ‘Karen’ threw her dog at him<br>&#8216;How to get fired 101&#8217;: McDonald’s worker adds code on random customer&#8217;s order to get points for free food, sparking debate<br>Get the Daily Dot in your inbox<br><br><a href="">source</a>

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