Woman sparks debate after recording husband while he scrolled through images of women

Woman sparks debate after recording husband while he scrolled through images of women

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1/23/2022 11:29:00 PM

Woman sparks debate after recording husband while he scrolled through images of women

Can thirst traps kill a relationship? It's a question that one woman subconsciously raised after catching her husband looking at other women on social media. In a viral TikTok that racked 1.7 million views, @lyjones0 sparked a furious debate as to whether his leisurely activities were appropriate in...

TikTokCan thirst traps kill a relationship? It's a question that one woman subconsciously raised after catching her husband looking at other women on social media.In a viral TikTok that racked 1.7 million views,@lyjones0sparked a furious debate as to whether his leisurely activities were appropriate in a relationship or not.

The clip, which read,"My husband forgot we got a second-floor balcony," showed her partner on the downstairs couch, flicking through a series of videos of other women.He appeared to have scrolled back to one in particular, which showed a woman seductively dancing in lingerie. One fellow TikToker savagely highlighted:"Nah homie scrolled all the way back up, he knew exactly what video he was scrolling back to."

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