Woman Reveals Bumble Match Told Her to Join a Gym and Weight Watchers

A woman has shared the cruel messages she received from a man she had matched with on dating app Bumble, who made jibes about her weight.

Emma uploaded a video to TikTok sharing screengrabs of the conversation between herself and a 23-year-old man.

She opened with, "So when are we going to the wedding?"—a reference to a line in his profile that indicated he was looking for a plus one to attend an upcoming nuptial.

He flatly declined, writing: "Nah. Only chicks that weigh less than me."

Emma, who lives in Ohio, responded by posting: "Dude ur a gem. Whoever ends up w you is so lucky."

The man, whose profile said he was from Mason, Ohio, replied: "Thanks fam hit the gym and use the Weight Watchers app."

"Actually I do hit the gym fam everyday lamo," Emma said.

She added: "But thnx for the advice king. Maybe get the d*** out of your a** and be nicer to people, sorry your life sucks."

In the TikTok video, Emma scrolls through his profile, which says he attended Muskingum University in New Concord, Ohio, and is conservative and Catholic.

Her clip, uploaded on Tuesday, has already amassed more than 600,000 views. She captioned it: "Someone come get ur man :) linking his Facebook and LinkedIn in the comments if any of the girls wanna chance with this king. He's single!"

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Someone come get ur man :) linking his Facebook and LinkedIn in the comments if any of the girls wanna chance with this king ❤️ he’s single! #bumble

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She later backtracked, however, and removed the links to his social media accounts after he deleted them.

Responding to commenters, Emma wrote: "I took links out of the comments, I've never gotten more than 30 likes on here, wasn't trying to ruin him but karma ig."

Reaction to the video was mixed, with some people claiming the man shouldn't have judged people. Others thought Emma shouldn't have publicly shamed him. His full name can be seen in the clip.

Shelby Gee wrote: "But he matched with you? I don't understand."

"I'll never understand why people match with someone to just say mean things. If they're not your cup of tea just move along," Erin McKenna said.

Danielle replied: "The fact that he thought you were serious in your second and third messages."

Marissooollll commented: "I understand he was wrong in what he said bc I'm a bigger girl myself but I think it's immature to post his socials like that tbh."

Jackson Moore wrote: "I'm not okay with what he said but I'm also not okay with your reaction. Message his mom don't blast stuff out."

Newsweek has reached out to Emma for comment, and contacted the man's former employer in an attempt to get in touch.

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