Woman cries foul after finding that her ex shares her Netflix account with new beau

Woman cries foul after finding that her ex shares her Netflix account with new beau

  • Woman found out her ex BF kept using her Netflix account and has been sharing it to his new girlfriend
  • Ex BF retorts that the account was from his new beau but Twitter user denied it as her mother’s name was used in the email account
  • Netizens claim that the Netflix password sharing is more painful than the breakup

All is not fair in love and Netflix password sharing. A netizen has garnered Twitter buzz over the weekend when she posted online her ‘digital heartbreak’: finding out that her ex-boyfriend kept using her Netflix account and has been sharing it with his new girlfriend.

The user wrote: “bv coz kapal ng mukha ng ex ko puta di na nga nilog out netflix ko sa phone niya pinahiram pa sa jowa niya?????????? TAENA TAMA BA YON?!?” on her Twitter account which has now been retweeted for over eight hundred and received 22 thousand likes.

https://twitter.com/sissyyxbriones/status/1104381094156066816

In her update, one of her ex’s friends even disclosed to her that the guy in question is planning to share her account to his group of friends.

https://twitter.com/sissyyxbriones/status/1104601090304032768

Twitter users sympathized with the original poster, advising her to change her password giving her the option to log-out of her account from all the connected devices to it.

Others poked fun at the guy especially as the spurned ex-girlfriend shared that after her viral tweet, her ex contacted her to pick a fight and rebuke her by saying that the one he’s using is his new girlfriend’s own Netflix account.

https://twitter.com/sissyyxbriones/status/1104383023368232960

https://twitter.com/sissyyxbriones/status/1104433460179922944

“Eh **** first and last name ng nanay ko nakalagay sa email!,” the original poster added.

https://twitter.com/sissyyxbriones/status/1104666794814365697

According to a survey from GlobalWebIndex in 2016, more than two-thirds of Netflix users have shared their usernames and passwords.

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