The Internet has got plenty of jokes about the below video. Published to the Twitter page of ✭ Ms. Alyce ✭@GloUpElite, within five hours of being published on Tuesday, April 18, at 9:48 a.m., the video has amassed 7,200 likes and 6,700 retweets. Nearly 12 hours later, the video had received more than 46,000 likes on Twitter and more than 33,500 retweets.
In a scene reminiscent of Big Little Lies, when a car accident brought a married man to hospital, along with his wife and married girlfriend, the below video seemingly involves an unmarried man and his two girlfriends.
The description of the viral video states that a man got into a wreck, presumably a car accident, only to meet another wreck at the hospital when his girlfriend and his side chick showed up in his hospital room. As the video begins, the two women are already arguing. The Interwebs notes that the man’s main girlfriend is sitting next to him on his hospital bed in black, while the side chick is wearing white, as another woman tries to pull her away.
Meanwhile, the nurse notes that the hospital is a public hospital, as it sounds like the side chick in white states that she called and asked for permission to come see her boyfriend. The comments beneath the Twitter video feature a whole lot of speculation about why the side chick is wearing white and the main girlfriend is wearing black.
Despite calling and asking for permission to come to the hospital, the side chick seems to get an earful from the girlfriend in black sitting next to the hapless and shirtless man on the hospital bed. The girlfriend in black relates to the side chick in white that she doesn’t care if the side chick called and asked to come to the hospital, and that the man was with her last night.
The woman in black appears to ask the woman in white if she called the “hotel” instead of the hospital as the woman in black is being dragged away.
Yikes. Bro got in a Wreck and his girlfriend & side piece both at the hospital. That's another wreck. 😩 pic.twitter.com/ZbTE1zIsc9
— ✭ Ms. Alyce ✭ (@GloUpElite) April 18, 2017