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A woman turned her cheating ex-boyfriend’s apology into a viral TikTok song

A woman just turned her cheating ex-boyfriend’s “bulls**t” apology into a viral TikTok song, complete with a sad violin, and fans can’t get enough.

Jax, a singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, dramatically read her ex’s apology lyrics while violinist Lindsey Stirling played sad music in the background.

“Adding a sad fiddle to my ex’s apology text,” she captioned the hilarious clip, which has been viewed more than four million times since it was posted last week.

Throughout the text, the unnamed man admitted that he “was dating her roommate,” but explained that he was “going through a lot.” He said he failed his classes and was recently fired, so he asked Jax to “show him some compassion.”

Hilarious: A woman just turned her cheating ex-boyfriend’s “bulls**t” apology into a viral TikTok song, complete with a sad violin

Spill the tea!  Jax, a singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, dramatically read her ex's apology lyrics while violinist Lindsey Stirling played sad music in the background

Spill the tea!  Jax, a singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, dramatically read her ex's apology lyrics while violinist Lindsey Stirling played sad music in the background

Spill the tea! Jax, a singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, dramatically read her ex’s apology lyrics while violinist Lindsey Stirling played sad music in the background

Throughout the text, the unnamed man admitted that he “was dating her roommate,” but explained that he was “going through a lot” and that it wasn’t “who he was.”

‘Hey. I know you probably won’t forgive me for what happened, but I wanted a chance to explain,” the message began.

“I know it wasn’t right for me to have ‘technical’ contact with your roommate. But I’ve been through a lot and that’s not who I am.

“I failed most of my classes, and you know I just got fired. So I’d really appreciate it if you’d show me some kind of sympathy and… [stopped] making me feel like a villain.

‘Besides, you are very busy at work and I feel very alone. I just missed you so much and it was a one time mistake.

“I love you so much more than Emily. What should I tell my family. I’m sorry, okay?’

The ex surprisingly closed the message by asking Jax if she had changed the Netflix password.

“Also – did you change the Netflix password?” He wrote.

“That whole apology was to get the Netflix password,” one TikTok user joked in the comment section.

He said he failed his classes and was recently fired, so he asked Jax to “show him some sympathy” and “stop making him feel like a villain”

In a surprise ending, the ex closed the message by asking Jax if she had changed the Netflix password

In a surprise ending, the ex closed the message by asking Jax if she had changed the Netflix password

In a surprise ending, the ex closed the message by asking Jax if she had changed the Netflix password

Jax didn't disclose who sent her the text message, but told Insider it was written a few years ago and she recently rediscovered it.

Jax didn't disclose who sent her the text message, but told Insider it was written a few years ago and she recently rediscovered it.

Jax didn’t disclose who sent her the text message, but told Insider it was written a few years ago and she recently rediscovered it.

‘I’m not a villain! I just do bad things! Now, about that Netflix password,” another added.

“The amount of gaslight in his text,” wrote a third person.

“It’s the way he never really apologized,” another comment read.

Jax, who is currently dating a man named Braverijah, did not disclose who sent her the text message, but confirmed on Instagram that it was not of her current beauty. She said Insider that it was actually written a few years ago, and that she recently rediscovered it.

The star admitted she changed a few things in it, but insisted that the TikTok song is almost faithful to the original lyrics.

‘When you write, you pretty much always take artistic liberty to make it work, really just a word here and there. But the number is really very close to the actual one,’ she explained.

Sticking to the facts: Although the star admitted to changing a few things in it, she insisted that the TikTok song is almost faithful to the original lyrics

Sticking to the facts: Although the star admitted to changing a few things in it, she insisted that the TikTok song is almost faithful to the original lyrics

Sticking to the facts: Although the star admitted to changing a few things in it, she insisted that the TikTok song is almost faithful to the original lyrics

More to follow: After going viral, the aspiring artist asked her followers to submit some of the crazy texts they've gotten from their exes.  Now she wants to make a whole series of it

More to follow: After going viral, the aspiring artist asked her followers to submit some of the crazy texts they've gotten from their exes.  Now she wants to make a whole series of it

More to follow: After going viral, the aspiring artist asked her followers to submit some of the crazy texts they’ve gotten from their exes. Now she wants to make a whole series of it

One girl claimed her ex 'tried to victimize herself for not talking to him enough when her brother died'

One girl claimed her ex 'tried to victimize herself for not talking to him enough when her brother died'

One girl claimed her ex ‘tried to victimize herself for not talking to him enough when her brother died’

Another responded, saying that her ex had sent her an 11-page letter!  They joked: 'You could make it an opera'

Another responded, saying that her ex had sent her an 11-page letter!  They joked: 'You could make it an opera'

Another responded, saying that her ex had sent her an 11-page letter! They joked: ‘You could make it an opera’

‘We decided it would be funny to add a very sad violin’ [music] behind this very lame apology text from an ex.’

She revealed that it took them three tries to film the hilarious clip because “we were literally laughing hysterically during the first two.”

After going viral, the aspiring artist, who grew up in New Jersey and New York, asked her followers to send in some of the crazy texts they’ve gotten from their exes over the years. And it turns out she got some pretty epic reactions.

“Oh God, I deleted mine. He was literally trying to victimize himself because I didn’t talk to him enough when my brother died. It went out right away,” a girl replied.

Another responded, saying that her ex had sent her an 11-page letter!

“You could make it an opera,” they added.

“Some of those exes are really insane and the lyrics are insane. We’ve got so many good ones,” Jax told Insider, adding that she might be able to turn it into an entire TikTok series in the future.

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