Girl power reigns.
Social media is a powerful thing. We tend to know a lot more about people then we really should, particularly some we've never even met. Take this girl, Rebekah for instance - she had the best of intentions when she messaged Jasmine Rios, a classmate who she only knew through Twitter, and told her she believed her boyfriend was cheating.
Rebekah sent Jasmine photos of a guy she recognised to be her boyfriend, being touchy feely with another girl. The message read:
Hey girl, I know we don't know each other, just been mutuals on Twitter for a little bit. I go to UTSA too.
But I recognise [a guy] who I think is your boyfriend in the library from y'all's pictures on here, and he's with a girl and he's being kind of touchy with her.
Our favourite bit? Offering to stand up for Jasmine, Rebekah wrote: 'Tell me if you want me to fight him, I'll be here for awhile.' Legend!
Luckily, it was all just one big misunderstanding as Jasmine was quick to respond that the people in the pictures was actually her boyfriend's identical twin and his girlfriend.
She was so appreciative that Rebekah went to such lengths to help a Sister out, that she shared the messages on Twitter and thanked her.
So my boyfriend has a identical twin brother and someone thought my boyfriend was cheating on me but it was really his brother and his girlfriend ??? thanks for having my back though girl ✊ pic.twitter.com/kp3d4D6dmZ
— Jasmine (@JasmineRios5) December 13, 2017
Jasmine's tweet went viral, with many applauding Rebekah for being an all-round deadly person.
We all need a Rebekah
— ángel (@angelsareangels) December 13, 2017
y’all are basically strangers and she’s down to help you, BEFRIEND HER, these are the kind of people we need in our lives
— chioma ? (@peachieleo) December 14, 2017
Befriend her....she’s loyal
— Jaybminaj (@Royaljayyy) December 13, 2017
OKAY BUT GIRLS SUPPORTING GIRLS IS WHAT IM HERE FOR pic.twitter.com/iL1v1bHzCm
— Kaylee McNorton (@kayleemcnorttts) December 14, 2017
We officially want Rebekah to be our best mate - if she's this loyal to someone she hardly knows, she's a keeper!