This Girl Catfished Her Best Friend Because She Was Sick Of Her Putting Men Before Her So She Taught Her A Lesson

Two years ago, Vogue Pupil Tasheeka Smith matched up with a male model named Aaron on a dating app. The duo entered an online relationship but was left heartbroken when he disappeared after a year. But a few months later, Aaron popped up again and apologized for ignoring her, resulting in another year of talking online.

Vogue Pupil Tasheeka Smith matched up with a male model named Aaron but was left heartbroken when he disappeared after a year.

During this time, Tasheeka grew desperate to meet Aaron in person, and when it did happen, it turned out the male model was her feminine best friend named Sunisa. In an episode of MTV’s Catfish UK, it was revealed that Sunisa had lied to her friend the entire time as she was tired of Tasheeka putting men before her.

Shortly after, Sunisa, from Leeds, pretended to be the Aaron her best friend Tasheeka met on a dating app.

Sunisa explained that after Aaron ghosted Tasheeka, she created a fake account to pose as him because she wanted to give her the closure she deserved. But as the story unraveled, it appears the original Aaron was equally a Catfish who was using a male model’s picture as his own. However, it was never revealed who this person was.

In an episode of MTV’s Catfish UK, Sunisa claimed she had lied to her friend as she was tired of Tasheeka putting men before her.

In a twisted plot, Sunisa, since age 14, had been using fake profiles as a way of receiving attention because she had been bullied throughout her school years. Tasheeka told the show hosts Julie Adenuga and Oobah Butler that Aaron was her perfect guy and claimed she has never felt this way about anyone before.

It turned out; the original Aaron was equally a Catfish who was using a male model’s picture as his own.

More interestingly, Sunisa even reacted to Aaron’s fake profile with her account, where she called the pair ‘couple goals.’ In the search for the owner of the profile, Julie and Oobah contacted Sunisa, having seen her comment on one of the posts, but claimed she was concerned for her friend, insisting she just wanted her to be happy.

Sunisa, since age 14, had been using fake profiles to garner attention, especially as she had been bullied throughout her school years.

Defending her actions, Sunisa blamed Tasheeka for pushing her away, adding that she felt desperate to feel close to her again. “You had pushed me and my family away when we tried to help you; I texted her, she never replied to me; she never answered her call,” Sunisa explained.

Tasheeka told the show hosts Julie and Butler that Aaron was her perfect guy and claimed she has never felt this way about anyone before.

Emotional, Tasheeka broke down in tears, saying she doesn’t want to be out as an idiot but wants to be happy. Nonetheless, Sunisa has been keen for her friend’s forgiveness, apologizing daily. Fortunately, Tasheeka is willing to give her a second chance, saying everyone does deserve one. On the other hand, Catfish UK airs every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on MTV.

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