Woman’s parents try to buy her support amidst their divorce: ‘This is what you call blessings in disguise’
A New York City woman (@bellabenioff) is caught in the middle of her parent’s divorce, but TikTokers find themselves envious of one of the perks she’s getting because of it.
Her parents sent her large amounts of money with notes such as “I love you” and “Treat Yourself,” presumably to get Bella on their side. In the video, she details all the recent transactions from her parents.
“My parents are getting divorced right now, and they’re fighting to get me on their side,” she said. “It feels like they’re bribing me.”
“POV: Your allowance is 5k/week cause your parents are divorcing,” she wrote at the start of her video.”
With all the money coming into her account because of this situation, people in the comments couldn’t believe it.
“This is what you call blessings in disguise,” said @misssshhhhhh.
“God I see what you have done for others,” replied @sapphistication_.
This isn’t the first time viewers have been intrigued by her financial situation. @bellabenioff has posted videos in the past showing why her credit card may have been declined or what a Hinge date had to say about her bank statements. In those posts, she showed purchases for private helicopters, $800 Roblox charges and $500 KFC costs. She’s even posted a video recently detailing how she spent $7,000 on her corporate card while drunk.
“Private helicopter told me what I need to know,” said @anna_also_yes.
While some users were shocked she was getting that money in the first place, others were telling her to hold out as long as possible before picking a side in order to get the most money.
“Don’t “choose” just yet,” said @onepiecechickenjoy.
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