Tiana posted the video with the caption “Is this the right thing to do when your bf cheats on you?”, to which I say, well, not really, but it is incredibly satisfying, right? As the video went viral, Tiana posted photos of herself saying “This is me btw, feel free to hmu cause i’m single now.”

This woman dumped her cheating boyfriend in an epic viral video.

All Tiana Perea wanted for her birthday was revenge, and she definitely got it. A video posted to Twitter on Dec 12 shows Tiana celebrating her birthday with friends before making this heartfelt speech:

https://twitter.com/tianaperea__/status/1073085515312914437

Tiana’s brother then hands Santos a black duffle bag full of his belongings before escorting him out.

Fantastic.

Tiana posted the video with the caption “Is this the right thing to do when your bf cheats on you?”, to which I say, well, not really, but it is incredibly satisfying, right? As the video went viral, Tiana posted photos of herself saying “This is me btw, feel free to hmu cause i’m single now.”

This public shaming adds to the other hilarious viral cheating outings. Like this billboard from Emily that said “Hi Steven, I know all about her you dirty, sneaky, immoral unfaithful poorly endowed slimeball. PS I paid for this billboard from OUR joint bank account.” And this fan who brought a sign that said “My cheating ex boyfriend is watching from couch instead”

But it looks like this public shaming won’t end in a public apology. Like Cardi B’s husband, Offset, who just orchestrated a public apology for his cheating scandal, which did not turn out the way he hoped.

So is public shaming a good or bad thing? Is it a proper way to embarrass someone who has wronged you in a way that is in legal limit? Or is it needlessly creating a strange situation with behavior that is just as bad as any cheating that has been done? I don’t know. It’s hard to tell. But we can’t deny the video is really fun, right?

But what do you think? Have you witnessed a hilarious cheating revenge? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.