A lady recently took to twitter a message she got from her ex boyfriend. As most people are aware that break ups are not nice. It is quite common for people to get mad at each other after breaking up. Some would even go to an extent of making life difficult for their ex. It is definitely not everyone who ends on good terms. Some develop hate as they see the other person living their life happily without them. With that being said the lady in question mentioned that she got a text message from her ex and what he said left her in disbelief. Basically he highlighted how he wishes that she can get cheated on by her new boyfriend and beat up as well. However she shouldn't died but endure those hardships. This was rather strange and harsh and people were wondering why the ex boyfriend was bitter. See more of people's reactions down below;
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