I found out my date was criticizing our night out on TikTok – so I took revenge and told his followers the truth

A WOMAN who found out her date was criticizing their night out on TikTok took revenge on him by sharing her side of the story.

Michelle Lee, who goes by @michelleechat, posted a response to her date's TikTok video, where he broke down their time together from his perspective.

TikTok user @defundsimping claims his account is “for men who wanna do better with life, confidence, purpose, and women.” 

In his telling of the pair's date, @defundsimping says Lee is "very pretty" but that there was “no sexual tension at all” between them.

“It just felt like two coworkers hangin’ out on a lunch break,” he says in his video.

@defundsimping then recalls asking Lee what some of her "turn-offs" are, and says she replied that it's “a guy that controls what she wears.”

On her video response, Lee mouths the words "agreed."

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He took issue with this response, saying:“I was like ‘nah, like if I have a girlfriend and she tries to dress like a hoe? She ain’t my girlfriend no more."

@defundsimping then shares that after the discussion, the pair agreed to move to another location in different cars.

But Lee texted him on the way there to tell him things weren't going to work out and she was going home.

In her version of the story, however, Lee says the date went south when @defundsimping said he would like a potential partner to dress a certain kind of way.

“But he did not act as hard as he’s trying to make it seem like he did,” Lee says in the clip. “He was a p***y.”

“If you can’t deal with what your girl’s wearing, then you have trust issues," she added.

According to Lee, @defundsimping said “girls show more skin to get attention from men.”

“If you see this guy, avoid him at all costs,” she concluded.

The TikTok duel has caused a stir online, with Lee's video gathering more than 3million views and her date's 775,000.

One comment reads: “He was abandoned mid-date and he’s teaching men what exactly?”

Another adds: “Imagine going on a date with a guy and then finding out he has a Tik Tok called ‘defund simping,'”

“Literally treats us like property, like an accessory,” said a third.

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