Stranger Sends Gossip To Wrong Number And Spills Tea Anyway

Stranger Sends Gossip To Wrong Number And Spills Tea Anyway

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Given all the extensive backup options offered to smartphone users (and even feature/dumb phone users), it’s hard to imagine many people end up texting the wrong number. But accidents do happen. People exchange numbers and are assigned to other people. Or it could be as simple as entering someone’s number the wrong way.

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Whatever the reason, these accidental texts sometimes occur, and two people who don’t know each other may accidentally have a short conversation. Not even.

But in a series of screenshot text messages posted to Twitter by @GxldSociety via a woman named Imani, two strangers connected by an accidental text end up learning more about each other than they first thought. I was.

Source: Twitter | @GxldSociety

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Here’s how it all started. Imani received a text her message from a woman who later turned out to be named Cheryl. Cheryl sent Imani a message addressed to someone named Ali and she was sharing some heated rumors about the fact that there was someone named Drea.

Source: Twitter | @GxldSociety

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The first thing Cheryl did was send Imani the letter “G” saying this was the code word. bottom.

Source: Twitter | @GxldSociety

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Imani told her the truth, but wanted to know why Drea decided to leave Mark and choose someone younger. After being with him for a year, Drea seems to have had enough.

I should have known where this was going after that demon language comment 😭

— Gabby Triolo (@gabbytriolo) January 18, 2023

Source: Twitter | @gabbytriolo

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It turns out that Cheryl must be a God-fearing, or at least a devil-hating woman. Because she wasn’t very kind to Imani’s curse. She is a pen friend. In a follow-up text message, the woman wrote that Drea’s new man is black, as implied by the ninja emoji.

Source: Twitter | @JJNtshingane

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Imani wrote with a woman, “Eh, I’m not racist or anything, I’m not black?! Wow..” and Cheryl said the man was “probably steeling her stuff.” and added, “There’s BLM crap in him.” home” and continue to refer to him as a “negro”.

No one asks the big underlying question here.

WTF was it about “Code G”??? Who is Ali and what services does he provide to Password Keepers?? 🤨

— Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah (@iBEebony) January 18, 2023

Source: Twitter | @iBEebony

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Imani asked Cheryl to send her a picture of her page and obliged to send a screenshot of her Instagram account. Her profile description reads, “God always loves my children first and foremost.”

Source: Twitter | @FelixxOcean

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Cheryl then asks for a screenshot of Imani, which she does. I just noticed that is LGBTQ+ally.

Cheryl wrote in all caps when she made this discovery.

Source: Twitter | @_Imanani

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Please don’t use the devil’s language with me.

— Mr. Mastocop (@More_2_Conquer) January 17, 2023

Source: Twitter | @More_2_Conquer

Cheryl then states that she trusts Imani as a friend before finally telling her to “get the life” after a few more exchanges.

Of course, Twitter users were pink-tickled by their conversations and circular happenings.

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Bakhtawar S Usmani

I am an all-rounder in a world full of barbies! Keeper of multiple birds and cats. I may make punctuation mistakes, but they come up for turning into a crore or two extra. Thus, a well-placed crore seems a better choice for me.

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