Woman Reveals Stranger Messages Her 'Goodnight Queen' Every Day Since May

A woman has revealed that a stranger has been sending her "goodnight queen" messages every night since May.

In footage, which was shared to TikTok by the woman who is known by the account name Gracejohanna, we can see her scrolling throw a long list of daily Instagram messages from a man named Eric Soto.

Over the nightly messages, which have been going on for months, she explains: "I have proof that if he wanted to he would. This guy has been sending me 'goodnight queen' every single night since May."

"Goodnight queen, goodnight queen," she says as she scrolls through the messages.

"I'm really attached to it now. Sometimes if I don't get a 'goodnight queen' it like hurts my feelings.

"Sometimes I say goodnight back, sometimes 'Goodnight Queen, goodnight queen'."

"But this has lasted longer than some of my relationships. I feel everyone deserves to be told 'goodnight queen' every single night for the rest of their life, and I love this. We are almost at 200. "

The peculiar video has gained lots of traction on TikTok, having been watched by a whopping 26.7 million views and attracted 4.6 million likes since it was shared on November 20, 2021.

Many people also rushed to the comments section to share their opinions on the footage, which can be watched here.

One TikTok user, Kendall Fuhrman, wrote: "The fact he numbers them," alongside a laughing-face emoji.

Another person, Yt: iEatFishFingers, added: "Treat her like a celebrity she will treat you like a fan."

TrashCanDaddy typed: "*Random dude sends this girl unsolicited messages every night and she consistently ignores him in response*. The comments: yOu'Re lEaDiNg HiM oN. HOW?!"

User8536470564077 theorized: "Low key he's a programmer and has automated this whole thing."

Lidia commented: "Imagine he's still doing it bc he lowkey also got attached to it and now cant go to sleep without saying gn [goodnight] first."

However, one comment from a woman known online as Courtzeezy0, read: "Omg [oh my god]... he sends me the same message EVERY NIGHT."

And one look at her profile and this is indeed the case.

Stitching on to Gracejohanna's video on November 30, 2021 the woman shared evidence that she had also been receiving messages from Soto.


#stitch with @gracejohanna don’t trust men.

♬ original sound - courtney adanna

Talking into the camera, she says: "Now I feel like I've been cheated on because he has been sending me 'goodnight queen' since May too, and I thought I was the only one."

The video, which can be viewed here, is captioned "Don't trust men," and has attracted a further 9.6 million views and 2.1 million likes.

Many people commented their shock at the situation, including Nicki who wrote: "He livin a double life."

MANNYBOO shared: "The fact that there are others too," alongside crying-face emojis.

Newsweek has contacted Soto, Courtzeezy0 and Gracejohanna for comment.

Woman on phone
A stock image of a woman looking at her phone. A TikToker has revealed a stranger texts her nightly with the words: "goodnight queen." iStock

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