Tinder is probably one of the most popular dating apps out there. Even if you’re not a Tinder user, you’ll probably have friends that use it. This means Tinder stories! Well, there’s surely good ones and terrible ones. So… How bad can the terrible ones be, right?
Terrible Tinder Matches
What happens when you’re matched up with terrible people on Tinder? Hmm, what do I mean by terrible people? Terrible people includes people who are disrespectful, such as this man. Nick Vedovi was officially banned for life by Tinder from using this app.
Woah, what did he do? It all came about when his racist rant towards a woman he matched with on Tinder was posted on Facebook. Apparently, the woman took too long to respond to his direct messages in his point of view. Really? Are you serious bro? Over something so insignificant? Well, I’m just glad Tinder took actions against him.
Mouthful of Insults
He went into an unprovoked, full-blown meltdown, hurling racial slurs and abusive epithets at the women (whose identity has not been revealed) as well as insulting the amount of make-up she wore.
Kevin Tran, a friend of the woman who also knew Nick as a mutual acquaintance, screenshotted the messages and posted them on Facebook, stating that the intent behind this post was to expose Nick for his actions.
Tinder’s vice president of communications and branding later released the following statement that really showed us who is the boss around:
“Hey Nick (and anyone who behaves like you), we’re swiping you off the island. Tinder has a zero-tolerance policy on disrespect. No racist rants, no sexist pigs, no trolling. No jerks who can’t get over their own inadequacies long enough to have a decent conversation with another person on Tinder…
I see that you studied global business and that you joined your school’s programs for young entrepreneurs and technology management. Great choices. Because you’ll need to search far and wide to find an organisation that will employ you now.”
Dayum, someone bring some burn cream for this guy, please.
This article was first published on goodyfeed.com