She knew she had to do something after she found out that "he had been cheating with not one, not two, but three lovely ladies"
People have been coming up with new ways of getting revenge on cheating exes. Just last month we had a woman empty glitter all over her boyfriend's apartment after he cheated on her. Now we have a woman who decided to get back at her cheating boyfriend by redecorating his home with evidence, reported Mirror UK.
The woman, TikTok user Lovetruthink, took to the platform to share her story. In the viral clip, she explains how her partner had called her 'crazy' and 'paranoid' for thinking he was being unfaithful and how she believed him till she found evidence that he "had been cheating with not one, not two, but three lovely ladies". She then explained how she gathered all the evidence she could. The video shows her printing off pages and pages of messages, she then uses it to make him "some lovely new wallpaper".
It takes her two hours but she somehow manages to superglue every page to the wall behind his bed. She even covers the mirror and says, "(he) probably won't be able to look at himself after this". she then explains that she has decided not to be in the house for the grand unveiling of the makeover, and instead told him that she had a "surprise" waiting for him. She reveals that she set up balloons and signs leading to the room. In an update she shared that she has since blocked him and that he has tried to get in touch with her, leaving her voicemails from a different number, denying it all.
The clip that has racked over 10 million views, left users in splits. "Colour prints?? Oh you spoiled him" one said, while another wrote, "It's beautiful, I love what you did with the place." Some gave suggestions of their own, "Bonus points: hide copies around his place. In the fridge, in the cabinets, in DVD cases, behind the couch, on fan blades... surround him with it," a user wrote, while another said, "Should connect the girls and have them come over to have a meet and greet, so they can see your work of art."