Breakup Text Viral: 11-Year-Old Delivers Epic Breakup Message, See Why It Has Gone Viral [Photo]

Breakup Text Viral: 11-Year-Old Delivers Epic Breakup Message, See Why It Has Gone Viral [Photo]

At some point, everyone has been forced to deal with the aftermath of a bitter breakup. In most cases, the massive blowup always consists of scathing words and final remarks, but one 11-year-old’s response to her soon-to-be ex-boyfriend has been deemed “breakup text to end all breakup texts.”

According to KFOR, an 11-year-old girl recently found out her boyfriend had cheated on her. Apparently, the young boy – only identified as Joey – decided to go to the park with another girl, but what he didn’t know was that his girlfriend was well aware of his actions. But, instead of admitting to what he’d done, he decided to lie about the situation and that only infuriated the scorned girl even more.

The conversation began with the epic breakup introduction, “We need to talk.” She immediately confronted him about his actions and concluded by saying, “Don’t talk to me in middle school. I didn’t even love you.”

But, of course, Joey refused to be outdone. So, he fired back with a snappy comment of his own. He recounted one time in particular when she did love him. “Well, you were the one that bought my Starbucks drink so you obviously loved me a little bit.”

That’s all it took to push the scorned girl over the edge. Her jaw-dropping, final remarks were so scathing, her older sister Madi Nickens decided to share the breakup text conversation with the world. She definitely made it clear that she “won the fight.”

“Screw you joey,” she texted. “Ding ding ding oh what was that oh yeah the elevator cause your(sic) not on my level. I won this fight.”

Now, her epic retort has gone viral. It didn’t take long for the catchy phrase to catch the attention of thousands via Twitter. In fact, a number of Twitter users have even created comical memes with the girl’s signature phrase.

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Here’s images of all three screenshots:

Although the world is quite fond of the 11-year-old’s epic message, apparently, she wasn’t too pleased about her sister sharing a screenshot of her big blowup with the world. On June 30, Nickens tweeted an update about her sister’s response to all of the attention her breakup text has received.

What do you think about the girl’s viral breakup text? Share your thoughts.

[Image(s) via Twitter]

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