11-year-old ends relationship with ultimate break-up burn

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Credit: Madi Nickens

A screenshot of the breakup text to end all breakup texts has gone viral.

The screenshot purportedly shows what an 11-year-old texted her boyfriend after finding out her boyfriend, Joey, went to the park with Natalie.

Madi Nickens tweeted out screenshots of her sister’s conversation where the girl called out Joey for cheating. The 11-year-old apparently gave him two chances already, and wrote, “Don’t talk to me in middle school. I didn’t even love you.”

Joey mentioned the one time she bought him Starbucks, and said she clearly loved him a little. She replied with, “Ding ding ding oh what was that? oh yeah the elevator cause you're not on my level. I won this fight. Were over forreal this time.”

The tweet has been retweeted over 10,000 times and favorited over 16,000 times in less than 48 hours.


  • Tressa

    Why is this news. I see multiple stories of the negative affect public shaming has on our youth and yet not only is your station promoting it it’s presenting it as news. I get that your station is attempting to get ratings but I find this kind of news irresponsible. If you are looking for human interest pieces why don’t you opt for a piece that shows humans in a positive way instead of negative.

  • Scott

    Wow, so this is what passes for news nowadays Fox. Way to go on such an interesting story! I’ll head back over to a real news site such as KSL or CNN.

  • Alice

    It’s okay to laugh sometimes people, it’s a silly story about innocent youths “in love” it’s meant to make you smile, don’t take everything so seriously.

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