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Generally when a loved one dies and you start a GoFundMe, it’s supposed to be FOR THEIR FUNERAL!! Not for you. If you’re having a tough time making ends meet after a tragic event like this then someone else should start a GFM in your name. That’s the number one sign that you’re onto a GFM scam – the person starts it in their own name. If your cause is worthy enough then someone will start one for you.
Secondly, if you want to convince yourself that you’re not some soiled sausage wallet looking to scam people, then you probably shouldn’t mention that you’re in the process of getting evicted with your 11 year old kid. Because it’s hard to get evicted when you have an 11 year old child. You have to try to be that douchey. It tells that world that you’re a shitty parent who couldn’t get her shit together, and now you expect others to bail you out.
Thirdly, the timing is all too convenient. You’re really bad with money and you were in the process of being evicted. Now the guy you’re claiming is your soulmate is dead, and you’re exploiting it for cash. But you were in financial trouble before this happened. So basically you’re capitalizing off of a tragedy.
Fourthly, if you want people to give you money, maybe you shouldn’t look like a Crackosaurus Rex in every picture you’ve ever taken ever…….
Girl, your eyes got more bags than a Walmart checkout line.
Of course we knew something was up as soon as we saw that only $20 had been donated. If a tragedy like this happens to your “soulmate” and you can’t elicit any sympathy cash out of it, it means that your ratchet status is well established around town. And the comments don’t lie:
If it was one or two people we might dismiss it as bad blood. But when literally everyone who comments on your GFM is warning people that you never gave a shit about your “soulmate” you may in fact be a gutterslug.
So we checked out the deceased’s Facebook page…..
This was his most recent post:
Jesus dude. That’s awful. The worst part is that the poor guy has been reaching out for help for over a year now. It’s honestly one of the saddest, and most obvious cries for help you’ll ever see. And no one did anything:
Temporary roommate? So she kicked him out, and now she’s trying to act like she can’t get by without him? Sure thing skag.
Look at this one:
How much more obvious did he have to make it?
Look what he posted in December:
That’s a cry for help. He had an open Facebook page for the world to see. But she couldn’t be bothered to help him when he was actually alive.
He seemed in love with her:
But he also posted about how she made him want to “give up,” because according to him she treated him like an asshole:
Now that he’s passed she’s pulling a complete slopbucket move and posting their private conversations to show the world what a great soulmate she was:
Yea that shows….nothing. But thanks for sharing his private conversations with you anyway.
Just a week before he died he posted about how she didn’t love him back:
She once again posted a private text message between the two:
Oh look, it shows him being loving and compassionate while she sits at home, waits for him to come home from work and do all the things you’d expect a woman sitting at home to do on her own. Since she’s not working. Yea, that makes you look great because you said, “I love you too” in an undated text message.
Check out how she responded to this one after he killed himself:
What a selfish, look at me attention whore. As usual, she’s sitting at home making mixed drinks. But she was a good girlfriend anyway because she said “love you” in a text message.
Others have called out her bullshit on his latest post for making him sleep in his car, stalking him while he was at work, and pretending to be pregnant…..
Here’s my question – how come no one on his friend’s list said anything? The guy was BEGGING for help. It was so obvious. Now these virtue signaling pinheads are blaming OTHER people on his friend’s list for not doing what they easily could’ve done themselves:
Newsflash Felecia – you could’ve been that ONE person. But you weren’t. Now you’re virtue signaling on his Facebook page after the fact, which only makes you about half as terrible as the gash mallet girlfriend he left behind.
So the moral of the story is, if someone on your Facebook feed is basically announcing, “I’m suicidal and need help,” you might wanna help them. And if you’re the reason he’s depressed in the first place but you try to cash in on his death anyway, you’re a piece of trash and your punishment should be having to live in Woonsocket for the rest of your miserable existence.