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Tomi Lahren was tricked into sending an apology video on behalf of someone pretending to be a conservative fan on the brinks of losing his wife.
“My friend Sydney got mad at my friend Khalid for bailing on their plans last minute so Khalid emailed Tomi Lahren pretending they were conservative and saying Sydney was divorcing him so she would send her an apology video lmfaooooo,” Twitter user @jackstandal1 explained on Tuesday.
My friend Sydney got mad at my friend Khalid for bailing on their plans last minute so Khalid emailed Tomi Lahren pretending they were conservative and saying Sydney was divorcing him so she would send her an apology video lmfaooooo pic.twitter.com/ekqSYC3zSM— jack (@jackstandal1) October 29, 2019
Apparently, Lahren took her fake fan’s request to help him win back his wife very, very seriously. In the 24-second video, uploaded by @jackstandal1, she begs for forgiveness on behalf of a pretend fan named Khalid.
“I wanted to send you a message from Khalid telling you that he messed up really bad,” she explains. “He really cares about you and wants to find a way to fix things. I know you guys have a bond over me and over conservative values so I’m hoping that this video will help to win you back.”
Many think that the caliber of trolling is what true liberal friendship is all about.
“If your liberal friends wouldn’t do this for you then they’re not worth your time,” the user who uploaded the video wrote.
If your liberal friends wouldn’t do this for you then they’re not worth your time— jack (@jackstandal1) October 29, 2019
@tarothomo you’re not a real BFF I can’t believe you’ve never done this for me— lil pumpkin (@xtianmnglehookr) October 29, 2019
Others were at a loss for words and could only express themselves with memes and gibberish (in true Twitter fashion).
“TAMPON LASAGNA CUT IT OUTJSJSJSJSJ,” one Twitter user joked.
TAMPON LASAGNA CUT IT OUTJSJSJSJSJ— disco dad (@catpizzas4ever) October 29, 2019
SSUGYSTSFYYB WHAT— Natalie (@jbfan911) October 29, 2019
Though Lahren may not have saved a marriage founded on conservative values, she certainly brought a few folks together on Twitter to have a good laugh.
Tiffanie Drayton is a geek culture and lifestyle reporter whose work covers everything from gender and race to anime and Xbox. Her work has appeared in Complex, Salon, Marie Claire, Playboy, and elsewhere.