A “reformed poison” who outlined a way to see if your other half is cheating on you said don’t bother.
TikToker Margaux Cody previously showed her 253k followers a hack to access your partner’s Snapchat account and find out if they were being faithful.
But since then she abruptly pulled the video and urged people to switch from sleazy lovers.
The internet star said she still receives messages about the video, which she claims is the most viral video ever.
“As a modified toxic substance, I’m here to tell you it’s not worth your time or your effort,” she explains.
“You need to know your worth and that you deserve to be loved the way you want to be loved and if someone doesn’t give you that, then they’re not for you.”
Margaux made a name for herself on the app with her so-called “malicious TikTok” , where she explains how she keeps track of her boyfriend’s dating profile.
Among her previous tips is to check out recent emojis to accuse the ones they haven’t sent you, such as peaches, fire, water drops, sepia, and full faces. Kiss.
She even suggests cloning your partner’s account so you can see everything they’re using.
But now it looks like she’s trying to put that stuff behind her, instead telling her followers there’s nothing you can do about cheaters except find someone else.
“It’s not about going through their texts or scrolling through their social media to see if they’re cheating on you,” she said.
“There’s nothing you can do to make them stop if they’re really cheating on you.
“There is nothing you can do to make someone loyal to you.
“The best part of all of this is that you always have the option to leave, if they mess up you have the choice to leave. There’s always better out there.”
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Apple Music is approaching Spotify with a half price plan with a twist.
And Snapchat has revealed that it has Give a whopping $250m (£189m) to its creators in the last year.
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