Twitter user Dee Breezy and his girlfriend De'Ja Davis clearly have different ideas about relationships and pizza. Breezy tweeted a Snapchat video of Davis excoriating him for almost two full minutes after he took some of her pizza, inserting helpful comments in text over the video, like "She turning up over pizza," and "She's really mad about pizza." His tweet has since been retweeted almost 44,000 times. But he conveniently neglected to mention the part about how he took the food without asking, and after she'd already explicitly asked him if he wanted any food of his own. Seriously, Breezy, WTF?
The best part is when she says "With food, don't ever get too comfortable," which is both excellent relationship advice and also what you say to wild animal handlers. Also, "Stop putting me on that Snap shit." Other restaurant patrons can't help but find themselves becoming emotionally invested in the saga.
The disagreement over pizza privileges didn't end there. Davis also sent him a lengthy text clarifying her stance, which Breezy also tweeted, along with "Can somebody get her."
In case that's too small to read, here's what the text says:
Let me just say this… It wasn't about me not sharing because I always give you stuff. I just got that pizza for me and if you wanted just a little piece of it I could've gotten you your own. And on top of that you professionally broke of [sic] that piece like you already intended on taking it from the jump. You plotted on getting my food when you knew I was hungry. Let's got back to when I said I wanted carry out and you recommended pizza bolis so you knew what you were gonna do before we even got there. Secondly you kept saying you wanted a little piece but as soon as I said take it you devoured the whole entire slice. All I'm asking is that next time you just be honest and say "De'ja I am starving like a homeless pig can you spare me a slice" And I will happily get you your own slice of pizza. Now people think I'm all crazy when I'm not I'm just really serious about my food.
People on Twitter weighed in on the pizza crime.
Come on, man. You should know better than to eff with a lady's food.