I make over $1.4K every week putting girls through the loyal test – if they fail, their boyfriends kick them to the curb

I make over $1.4K every week putting girls through the loyal test – if they fail, their boyfriends kick them to the curb

January 6, 2022

TRUST in a relationship is something that must be earned.

Many people find themselves questioning their significant other’s loyalty but have no way of really knowing the truth.

One man on the internet said he is your secret weapon to finding out whether your partner is faithful.

@IceyXavier has posted hundreds of videos on TikTok that show how his “loyalty test” works.

According to VICE, he makes at least $200 a day ($1.4k a week) off boyfriends who pay him to test their girlfriends:

All Xavier has to do is send the girlfriend a message asking if she’s single and interested in him.

Some of the men up the paycheck if their partners give in to Xavier and prove disloyalty.

In a recent video, he exposed one woman:

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“This rapper DM’ed me like, ‘Aye little bro, I got you a blue note to DM this girl I’m messing around with to see if I should take her seriously or not. She’s 29 so say you’re like 26 or something. I met her at the strip club while she was working so she might be one of those. Drop your cashapp.’”

Xavier obliged, beginning a conversation with the woman in question: He sent her a “hey” accompanied by the heart eyes emoji.

“Not interested,” she replied.

Xavier, however, did not want to give up yet: “Dang why not lol you think I’m ugly?”

“No. I think you’re young and you see these kids in my pictures,” she said.

“Nah I’m grown and you’re really a MILF and I’m a MF,” he went on.

After a few more questions and coquettish messages, the woman grew curious and asked Xavier where he was from.

“Fort Lauderdale. What about you?” he said.

Alas, she seemingly gave in: “Miami. Text my phone.”

Xavier sent screenshots of the conversation to the boyfriend, who responded saying that he was going to call it quits.  

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