The TikTok Lesbian Breakup Apocalypse Is Upon Us – Rolling Stone


If you ever watched the original version of The L word, then you are probably familiar with the Chart, which catalogs the contacts and breakup of all the main characters. A real-life version of the Chart is currently unfolding on TikTok as the apocalypse of lesbian breakup approaches. Whether it’s something in the water or just the side effects of Virgo season, lesbian influencer couples are breaking up en masse, leaving many couples anxiously looking over their shoulders and waiting for the ax to drop.

Don’t Let This Flop will be released on Wednesdays on all audio streaming platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Stitcher and more.

According to NBC News culture reporter Morgan Sung, who recently appeared on rolling stone‘s internet news and culture podcast Don’t let this flop to lead us through what she calls the “TikTok apocalypse for lesbian breakups,” it probably all started with Cari Fletcher, the musical artist who goes through Fletcher. Fletcher recently broke up with Shannon Beveridge, a YouTuber (coincidentally, Beveridge also made headlines with her own breakup video from hair ex Cammie Scott in 2016).

Beveridge recently began dating a woman named Becky Missal, which led Fletcher to write the song “Becky’s So Hot,” which recently went viral on TikTok. Fletcher has said that she wrote the song after accidentally liking one of Missal’s photos on Instagram showing Missal wearing one of Beveridge’s vintage T-shirts, leading to the lyrics “Becky’s so hot in your vintage T-shirt” in the chorus. Many on TikTok have commented with glee at the mess, but some have also questioned the ethics of explicitly naming her ex-partner’s new girlfriend without her express consent. (For her part, Beveridge has denied that she knew in advance of the song’s release or that Fletcher had asked her or Missal for their permission, although both Beveridge and Missal seem to have come to terms with it, as they now merch with Becky- sell theme.)

Another prominent same-sex couple falling victim to the curse is Sedona Prince and Rylee LeGlue, who were largely known for their height difference prior to their breakup in August. (Sedona, a college basketball player, is 6 feet, while Rylee is 6 feet.) After releasing their tearful breakup video, the two were subject to an intense wave of rumors after Rylee posted in a comment that Sedona cheated on two times on her, a claim Sedona has partially denied, claiming she was “talking about someone at a party” while she and Rylee were on a hiatus.

By far the most prominent couple to fall victim to the curse, however, are JoJo Siwa and Kylie Prew, who have been dating for months. After first breaking up in November 2021, the two appeared to reunite in a cuddly Instagram post at Disney World in May 2022. Their reunion, however, appeared to have been short-lived, as Prew revealed in a recent Instagram Live. that the two were a few months apart.

“I don’t like drama and it makes me very, very anxious and that’s why I don’t want to talk about it for a while, but someone just asked me if I was single [and] That’s me,” Prew said in the video. “I’ve been single for almost two months now and it’s okay. It’s not deep, I promise. Everything is fine. Everything doesn’t have to be messy and dirty, because it isn’t, and I just want to clear the air.”

Despite Prew insisting that everything should not be messy, people on TikTok immediately made it that way. They focused on one of Siwa’s recent mukbang videos (a term for clips in which people eat a lot) featuring Avery Cyrus, another popular TikToker, and many speculated that a blue spot on Siwa’s cheek was the result of Cyrus eating a blue ice donut. sandwich in the video. Siwa has refuted the rumors, calling Cyrus a “really, really good friend,” but that has done little to quell fan’s feverish speculation about the app — or memes about the fact that there’s a “curse” on social media — famous lesbian couples in general . “Remixing my attitude to avoid the lesbian breakup curse that’s going around,” says one of those videos.

In this week’s episode Don’t let this flopco-hosts Brittany Spanos and Ej Dickson discuss the apocalypse of TikTok’s lesbian breakup, as well as Shakespeare’s cancellation, Demi Lovato’s “29” trend, and the demise of Florence Pugh and Zach Braff’s (confusing) relationship.

Don’t let this flop will be released on Wednesdays on all audio streaming platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Stitcher and more.

The Valley Voice
The Valley Voice
Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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