'Landlord' asks if she should kick out a 'tenant' for letting his friends break into her house, quickly goes viral

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A woman who took to Twitter to ask if she should kick out a tenant for 'letting his friends break into her house' has gone viral on social media for a very particular reason

Per BoredPanda, Los Angeles-based actress and musician Pin Young took to Twitter to ostensibly ask her 10,000 followers for some advice about a dispute she'd had with a tenant who was staying in a property she was letting out.

Young wrote:

"My tenant who rents my guest house told his friends to break into my house.

"They broke a bunch of s*** but thankfully weren't successful in occupying it, and I got out in time. His lease is up on January 20th anyway, so should I let him finish up his lease or kick him out now? [sic]"

A number of Twitter users were aghast at the apparent way that Young's tenant had behaved. Little did they know that her tweets were actually loaded with a double meaning.

For example, one person wrote: "Absolutely. Have him arrested & all of his thug friends."

A second person wrote: "Get rid, sounds a bad lot, could end up trashing the place. More expense."

A third wrote: "You don’t need that danger in your own backyard. Kick him out immediately for your own safety!"

Someone else chimed in: "Immediately and get a good security system and have the police drive by your house for awhile. He should be arrested."

Another wrote: "He's a clear and present danger. Get a police escort and kick him out. Get an alarm system and if you can afford it, get private security; because he will retaliate."

When someone in the comments asked Young how much rent she was charging her tenants, and whether or not pets were allowed, Young replied:

"I tried to pay him to live there, but he insisted on donating that amount. However, I've had to pay for his exorbitant golf trips the past 4 years. No pets."

By this point, the penny had dropped for most social media users, as it became clear that Young was actually talking in analogous terms to talk about Wednesday's riots in Washington, with Young implying that President Trump (her "tenant") had incited the protestors (his "friends") to break into the Capitol building (her "house").

While President Trump has continued to assert - without evidence - that the Democrat Party is guilty of electoral fraud, but has promised an "orderly transition" of power on Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20.

'Landlord' asks if she should kick out a 'tenant' for letting his friends break into her house, quickly goes viral

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By VT

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A woman who took to Twitter to ask if she should kick out a tenant for 'letting his friends break into her house' has gone viral on social media for a very particular reason

Per BoredPanda, Los Angeles-based actress and musician Pin Young took to Twitter to ostensibly ask her 10,000 followers for some advice about a dispute she'd had with a tenant who was staying in a property she was letting out.

Young wrote:

"My tenant who rents my guest house told his friends to break into my house.

"They broke a bunch of s*** but thankfully weren't successful in occupying it, and I got out in time. His lease is up on January 20th anyway, so should I let him finish up his lease or kick him out now? [sic]"

A number of Twitter users were aghast at the apparent way that Young's tenant had behaved. Little did they know that her tweets were actually loaded with a double meaning.

For example, one person wrote: "Absolutely. Have him arrested & all of his thug friends."

A second person wrote: "Get rid, sounds a bad lot, could end up trashing the place. More expense."

A third wrote: "You don’t need that danger in your own backyard. Kick him out immediately for your own safety!"

Someone else chimed in: "Immediately and get a good security system and have the police drive by your house for awhile. He should be arrested."

Another wrote: "He's a clear and present danger. Get a police escort and kick him out. Get an alarm system and if you can afford it, get private security; because he will retaliate."

When someone in the comments asked Young how much rent she was charging her tenants, and whether or not pets were allowed, Young replied:

"I tried to pay him to live there, but he insisted on donating that amount. However, I've had to pay for his exorbitant golf trips the past 4 years. No pets."

By this point, the penny had dropped for most social media users, as it became clear that Young was actually talking in analogous terms to talk about Wednesday's riots in Washington, with Young implying that President Trump (her "tenant") had incited the protestors (his "friends") to break into the Capitol building (her "house").

While President Trump has continued to assert - without evidence - that the Democrat Party is guilty of electoral fraud, but has promised an "orderly transition" of power on Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20.