A woman has been called “insane” on social media for reportedly forcing her boyfriend to FaceTime her for the duration of his 12-hour shift at an Amazon warehouse.
Her reason? She apparently doesn’t “trust” other women.
Over a TikTok video, Nela — who allegedly hails from Fresno, California — wrote, “My boyfriend needs to facetime me his whole 12 hours shift. NOT BECAUSE I don’t trust him but because I don’t trust females,” even adding in the caption: “Might quit my job and go work with him.”
Her boyfriend, identified as Jose Macias by the Daily Mail, is seen packaging products in a warehouse as Nela is doing dishes on the other end of the FaceTime call.
The clip resulted in strong backlash and a firestorm of responses, with many people calling her “not normal” and labeling her as someone who “needed to get help.”
“Free him,” one user responded succinctly, while another offered, “THIS ISNT NORMAL.” One respondent offered that she was “putting his job at risk,” with someone else suggesting she “just let him do his job.”
“You could probably cook an egg on his phone,” another user joked, referring to how hot his phone battery probably got.
The video has since amassed nearly 5 million views since it was posted last month.
In a follow-up first video, she posted a second clip on Dec. 14, which she labeled: “Facetiming my boyfriend part two, so I know he isn’t flirting with girls.”
“In a relationship trust is the key so you’re doing to much!” one commenter told her. “If you don’t trust them leave him.”
It remains unconfirmed whether Nela is actually FaceTiming her boyfriend for 12 hours, but she apparently had no problem admitting her extreme actions.
“Wait ain’t this being toxic?” one user responded, while another user gave Jose some advice: “leave her bro u need better.”