A WOMAN claims to have found ways to spot a partner cheating on Instagram and Snapchat.
The tricks have been revealed in a viral TikTok video that could leave you shocked.
TikToker @marahlovessyou shared the video about “how to catch your girlfriend or boyfriend cheating on you”.
She said: “So for Instagram, you’re going to go on the Safari version of Instagram so don’t click on the app.
“Click on their profile and it will show you who they’ve followed in chronological order.
“So if they’ve followed anybody you don’t know you can click on their profile and if it’s a public profile you should see if they’ve liked any of their photos.”
She goes on to explain that you can check which photos your partner has liked, if any.
If they’ve liked the more recent photos but not older ones then they may have met this person recently.
The TikToker says: “Feel free to add any of these girls on Instagram and message them and ask them for their Snapchat so then you can go to the Snapchat.
“And once you’ve added any of these girls on Snapchat you’re going to want to look for any mutual emojis.
“If any pop up next to their name here’s what they mean.”
The TikTok video then shows the meaning of several Snapchat emojis.
For example, the heart with sparkles means “Super BFF”, the emoji with sunglasses means “Mutual BFs” and the grin emoji means “Mutual Besties”.
The TikToker explains that you should look out for the Mutual BFs and Mutual Besties emoji.
This is because the emoji can imply that a person is also Snapchat besties with your significant other.
Bear in mind that there could be plenty of reasons for the mutual connection and not just cheating.
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