Regardless of whether you’re as a high-profile couple as Riri and Drake , using social media to call each other out isn’t always the best idea. It creates unnecessary drama (as Drake puts it).
Like, instead of telling the world how much you hate each other, why not just tell each other, get closure and end the relationship on a healthy note? Despite our collective sadness from Drake and RiRi’s fallout, there are a few things we can learn from it.
Besides for posting cryptic quotes and weird skull emojis, here’s what else you shouldn’t post on Instagram following a breakup:
If your ex still follows you on Insta, they could see a quote like this and think there’s a chance of getting back together.
If you have no intention of getting back together with them, posting something like this isn’t a good move:
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You might hate your ex right now (and you have every right to), but trust me, not all men suck.
Don’t unfairly throw them all in the same boat by staying bitter for longer than you need to.
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Your ex should think you’re out ruling the world on your own or meeting a new guy, not at home eating your feelings.
Some stuff should just be kept secret.
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