Video shows an apparent bride-to-be taking over a San Diego bar's karaoke-night to call out her Fiancé, who she accused of cheating with her own friend. The woman's revenge-filled rendition of the Destiny's Child song "Say My Name" went viral on Tik-Tok.

Well, this is awkward...


Imagine walking into a bar only to find your husband-to-be with a friend of yours. That seems to be exactly what happened for this woman at a San Diego bar. But, instead of lashing out, storming away, or throwing hands - she decided to take the issue to the microphone for all patrons to hear.


She sang the lyrics, "You actin' kinda shady, ain't calling me baby. Why the sudden change?" while staring daggers at her fiancé and the woman he was with.

"That's my friend, you had sex with her", the woman said on the mic. "That's my friend though and I'm supposed to be your wife", she went on.

TikTok via @tiktokero91
TikTok via @tiktokero91

As the video ended, things seem to be escalating as the woman called the man a liar.

See the viral Tik-Tok via @tiktokero91 below.

He dropped the full, unedited clip on Tik-Tok as well.

This has to be one of the most unique ways I've seen someone catch their significant other cheating. Not only did she find her man with one of her friends, she proceeded to call out the situation while singing karaoke.

Might I add, she wasn't that bad of a performer. The woman was able to sprinkle in tid-bits  of the situation at hand all while continuing to nail the lyrics. She did her best 'Beyonce' and got her point across all at the same time.

I have a strong feeling that this couple is no longer together.

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