MIRANDA’S post about dropping 90 kilos went viral, but now friends of the bloke she claims called her “disgusting” are saying the whole allegation is false.
MIRANDA has gone viral for her hilarious relationship advice, disguised as fitness inspiration.
On Sunday night, she tweeted: “After getting called disgusting last night, I successfully dropped 200 lbs! (90kg).”
Her tweet included what she described as “before and after” pictures and showed her and her boyfriend in one picture.
The “after” shot was the same photo, but with her boyfriend cropped out of it.
The 18-year-old student from Wisconsin in the US, told the Daily Mail her now ex-boyfriend had told her that night the way she was acting was “disgusting and unattractive”.
Miranda left the party they were at after the boyfriend’s unkind words.
“About an hour later he called me, yelling at me to apologise for leaving him!” she recalled. “I said, ‘I will not apologise for leaving you after you called me disgusting and unattractive’.”
The couple had been dating for about five weeks.
The internet had a lot of words of support for Miranda.
Best weight loss story ever
— em aich (@megan_maria) 14 November 2017
I love this! Know your worth! Ps you are stunning.
— BA△⃒⃘🖤🍂🦃🥧 (@BlondetteAmbit) 13 November 2017
Congrats on losing all that excess waste.
— Natasha Nicole Apple (@natashaapple_) 13 November 2017
But friends of Miranda’s ex boyfriend have jumped to his defence — claiming the woman isn’t telling the truth about the exchange.
In a sequence of text messages tweeted by Olivia Corbett (who claims to be a friend of Miranda’s ex boyfriend), Miranda admits to having “no valid reason” for posting the side-by-side picture.
“Okay you’re mad that I said it’s disgusting when girls are really drunk?” the unnamed boyfriend said.
“Why are we still talking about this? Why can’t we end on OK terms,” Miranda replied.
“How did you plan to end on OK terms when you post something like that about me. [We] wanted to be friends and at least end on a good note, but that’s a two way street.”
“There’s really no valid reason for the tweet i just wanted to” thought you guys should get a some background before trashing a genuine guy bc of a girl who wants attention pic.twitter.com/drXUHy1V3l
— Olivia Corbett (@liv_corbett) 14 November 2017
The unnamed male then questions why Miranda sent the tweet out in the first place.
“That’s all I’m wondering,” he wrote.
“Because something like that goes along with people who end on a bad note and ARENT friends.
“There’s really no valid reason for the tweet I just wanted to,” Miranda replied.
“Well it was really mean,” he wrote.
“Yea you’re right.”
The tweet, which has since been deleted, gathered more than 420,000 likes and 58,000 retweets in just a few hours.