"The war has changed our lives," a member of the Ukrainian band, Antytila, says in the video viewed over 3 million times.
"From one broke b**ch to another! Enjoy spring break," read the note accompanying a payment of $3 to help the women pay for gas.
After not receiving an invite to a friend's wedding, the boyfriend lashed out at their partner with a trick that has most people suggesting the couple break up.
Commenters shared mixed opinions over the alleged "catfishing" incident.
The woman says when she first brought Cowboy home she fed him with a bottle every two hours.
"My faith is very important to me, so this would be an amazing fit," the TikToker says during the alleged interview.
The woman wrote that she covered her lips in blue dye like she would do as a child which resulted in her husband nearly calling 911.
Commenters reacted to the student's "audacity" to leave such a note for their teacher.
Commenters warned that his behavior might have serious repercussions.
"I don't give a s**t if it's a business. My boss runs a business and he gave me the day off," the TikToker said to the alleged manager in the now-viral video.
"Your fatphobia is showing, it's f**king disgusting and you should be ashamed of yourself," model Sixtine Rouyre said in the now-viral video.
A representative for the show told Newsweek there are inaccuracies in what's stated in the petition.
"Not the babies singing like they've been through some things," one commenter said about the video.
The man said he did so in order to create the "first concrete step towards having a parent-child relationship."
The incident involving the then-President of Finland's husband originally caused a stir in 2012, according to news reports of the time.
"I need a new passport BAD," the woman, who was set to travel in a matter of weeks, wrote after learning of the stipulation.
"[T]his is an incredibly uncomfortable situation and is not what anyone would imagine/want for their college experience!" one commenter said.
One commenter said the woman's post was "dripping" in jealously.
The woman said there's nothing wrong with the features, they are just too adult.
."..It has everything: normalizing dieting, a weird lens on trans stuff, 'how NOT to get raped'," wrote the woman who tweeted an image of the cover this week.
"Was it childish? Absolutely. But so is she. However, the biggest problem here isn't your MIL, it's your husband," one commenter said.
In one video, the woman shows their hotel room including a single bed though she claims they requested two.
The woman has worked at the school for 21 years and has many family members currently in Ukraine.
Commenters called the daughter's reaction "hypocritical."
"He just put my net worth in his gas tank," one commenter joked about watching more than 170 gallons of fuel being pumped in the video.
"This doesn't sit right with me, abusing the system when people with actual disabilities need these benefits," one commenter said about the controversial video.
While most agreed the couple should split up, their reasons why varied.
As a young girl, Fanya Bass was hidden from the Nazis in a Ukraine forest for a year by Maria Blishchik.
"You don't have to know anything about a person to treat them with kindness," one commenter said of the girl's behavior.
In the video, the waiter claims he does not "have time" to get a candle for the birthday celebration.