“He then called me two hours later to let me know that his dad was in the hospital,” Mason says in the clip. “Then he called me after that to say that his dad wasn’t actually in the hospital and that he lied.”
“It’s been an hour and I haven’t really heard from you,” the date can be heard saying on Mason’s phone, “which I don’t think is very cool. I talked to my friends and they said I should have heard something from you by now.”
“‘Not cool,'” Mason repeats sarcastically in response. “What?!”
Mason goes on to post 11 more follow-up videos featuring clips of various voicemails the man left her. Each has racked up millions of views, while the first video has almost 9 million.
The voicemails switch between getting progressively angrier and apologizing. At one point, the man’s alleged mom got ahold of Mason and left her own voicemail asking Mason to come over to family dinner so she could see that the mom had “raised a good boy.”
Mason, rightfully freaked out by the situation’s escalation, also debates filing a restraining order in one TikTok. Commenters were alarmed by the voicemails.
“You dodged a bullet,” someone said. “The gaslighting is strong with that one.”
“I don’t think you could put more red flags into a voicemail if you tried,” a commenter wrote.
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