Texas Mean Girls Continue to Call Victim ‘Disgusting’ on TikTok
The Mean Girls of the Year have responded. If you're not familiar with the Texas TikTok bullying situation you can catch up HERE.
Alondra Poullet and Litzareli Madrigal were recently labeled as 'Mean Girls' after a viral video showed them at an Astro game making the TikTok user @jackielabonita feel uncomfortable, targeted, and bullied.
However, just a day after everything unfolded, Litzareli and Alondra posted a video responding to the situation. The now-deleted, video starts with "We're here to tell you our side of the story," and that's where the nonsense begins.
Let's preface by reiterating what many TikTok users have already pointed out: MEAN GIRLS DO NOT APOLOGIZE.
Both girls refuse to hold themself accountable, in fact, they begin victim blaming, so you know this is about to be a s**tshow.
Litzareli begins by explaining why she was pointing the middle finger at the camera. "As far as the flicking off goes, because I know a lot of people have been really bothered at that, saying that was a whole bullying situation, the flicking off was not aimed towards here, I just wanna specify."
"Their excuse was “We were bullying someone else” ???"
THE GASLIGHTING CONTINUES
Sometimes it's not what you say, but HOW you said it. When she says "Because I know a lot of people have really been bothered by that" is like saying 'I'm sorry you feel that way"; it takes no accountability and she has a tone of irritation in her voice.
That's when her partner in crime Alondra pops in:
"And then the second is to what she whispered in my ear which was look were going to be in her video I went ahead and did my funny face which is called photobombing which is not bullying and it's not something illegal either."
First of all, ladies, thank you for pointing out that photobombing isn't illegal, it really makes a great case to build around. Again, neither girl has apologized or validated anyone's feelings.
IT GOES FROM BAD TO WORSE
However, things go from bad to worse. They go from avoiding accountability to straight-up victim-blaming and calling Jackie 'disgusting'.
"She used her editing skills and marketing skills to her advantage. and used it in a very, I would so call it, in a disgusting way... you took the time out of your life to edit the video."
"So gaslighting was their side of the story."
Litzarelia begins wrapping up their explanation by pointing out to Jackie and everyone else, "Just be considerate of who's in the background because GIRL we could see ourselves more than you could in your own video."
"We said if there's anyone out there who can give us some advice on what to do." One TikTok user gave the duo some pretty solid advice, "Next time, mind the business you keep."