Woman says her boyfriend asked her to send him money after buying her medicine

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By Nasima Khatun

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A woman has claimed that her boyfriend requested money from her for buying some medicine when she was sick.

Posting to TikTok, Jackie Li AKA user @jackieli852, revealed that an ex-boyfriend of hers had asked for money back after buying her some Dayquil.

And this happened four years into their relationship!

Jackie told her followers that shortly after receiving the Dayquil, she went to sleep, but was left shocked after she woke up and realized that her boyfriend had Venmo charged her seven dollars for the medicine.

Watch the full video below:

While doing her makeup, the TikTok creator recalled the moment, saying: "One time I was feeling really sick and I asked my boyfriend at the time if he could buy me some cold medicine on his way home.

"So after he finished work, he dropped by CVS and picked up some Dayquil for me. Really kind of him, really appreciate that."

She continued: "I wake up and he has Venmo charged me $7 for this medicine,' she added. 'He Venmo charged me $7 for cold medicine.

"I think I prefer a relationship where it's like, 'Hey, I'll get this, you get that the next time,' and we're not keeping track of our expenses, dollar by dollar," she added. "I should've known, but you know, we're not together anymore so it wasn't meant to be."

Since it was posted, the video has been viewed 4.9 million times and gained thousands of comments from other people who have also experienced similar things in previous relationships.

"My ex asked me to give him $2 for fries once… literally so embarrassing," wrote one user.

"My ex venmo charged me $2.99 for washer fluid bc while he was using my car it ran out and he had to buy more," another added.

A third even said that they had to give their boyfriend some money for an avocado: "My ex of 2 years made me Venmo him for the avocado I wanted at the grocery store as we were shopping for dinner."

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Others responded to the viral video in utter shock, with some even going as far as saying that they couldn't ever be with anyone so frugal.

"The way my jaw DROPPED!!!!!!"

"My logic about is that if we love each other we won’t mind spending money on little things like that while we’re dating," said this TikTok user.

"I get splitting rent, bills, restaurant meals and planned date night outings, but $7 cold medicine when you’re sick in bed? And the day after?" Questioned someone else.

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Seven dollars? Yeah, there's no way that relationship should have lasted a whole four years...

Featured Image Credit: Kristoffer Tripplaar / Alamy

Woman says her boyfriend asked her to send him money after buying her medicine

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By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman has claimed that her boyfriend requested money from her for buying some medicine when she was sick.

Posting to TikTok, Jackie Li AKA user @jackieli852, revealed that an ex-boyfriend of hers had asked for money back after buying her some Dayquil.

And this happened four years into their relationship!

Jackie told her followers that shortly after receiving the Dayquil, she went to sleep, but was left shocked after she woke up and realized that her boyfriend had Venmo charged her seven dollars for the medicine.

Watch the full video below:

While doing her makeup, the TikTok creator recalled the moment, saying: "One time I was feeling really sick and I asked my boyfriend at the time if he could buy me some cold medicine on his way home.

"So after he finished work, he dropped by CVS and picked up some Dayquil for me. Really kind of him, really appreciate that."

She continued: "I wake up and he has Venmo charged me $7 for this medicine,' she added. 'He Venmo charged me $7 for cold medicine.

"I think I prefer a relationship where it's like, 'Hey, I'll get this, you get that the next time,' and we're not keeping track of our expenses, dollar by dollar," she added. "I should've known, but you know, we're not together anymore so it wasn't meant to be."

Since it was posted, the video has been viewed 4.9 million times and gained thousands of comments from other people who have also experienced similar things in previous relationships.

"My ex asked me to give him $2 for fries once… literally so embarrassing," wrote one user.

"My ex venmo charged me $2.99 for washer fluid bc while he was using my car it ran out and he had to buy more," another added.

A third even said that they had to give their boyfriend some money for an avocado: "My ex of 2 years made me Venmo him for the avocado I wanted at the grocery store as we were shopping for dinner."

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Credit: TikTok

Others responded to the viral video in utter shock, with some even going as far as saying that they couldn't ever be with anyone so frugal.

"The way my jaw DROPPED!!!!!!"

"My logic about is that if we love each other we won’t mind spending money on little things like that while we’re dating," said this TikTok user.

"I get splitting rent, bills, restaurant meals and planned date night outings, but $7 cold medicine when you’re sick in bed? And the day after?" Questioned someone else.

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Credit: TikTok
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Credit: TikTok

Seven dollars? Yeah, there's no way that relationship should have lasted a whole four years...

Featured Image Credit: Kristoffer Tripplaar / Alamy