- Noah received a very funny “wrong send” text and gets famous instantly after he tweeted it.
- Noah and his friend were astonished for the huge reception of the tweet.
Noah is a 15-year-old living in Oklahoma who received an entertaining angry text and decided to tweet it and the following day, his tweet has become viral. Netizens were quick to retweet and like the texts from “Helen” scaring “Brittney” she will be excluded from the cul-de-sac barbecue. “Helen” decided to end her text with a sweet “Hugs and Kisses, Helen” though.
this is the funniest wrong number text i’ve ever gotten pic.twitter.com/7YytenaVM9
— noah (@noahaustinpaul) September 4, 2017
The tweet may have gone viral but it turned out that the texts were just a prank from Noah’s friend Kidd who revealed it was him texting all along. The tweet has now 129k retweets.
According to Noah, “I responded to the second text thinking she blocked me, and it took her a while to reply. The night before I went to a football game and I made a bunch of new friends, and I found out those friends gave another friend of mine my cell phone number without my knowledge. He texted me both of those things and I tweeted them because at the time they were an unknown local number to me and I was thinking “what the heck! this is gold” and I posted it! After it blew up and got “viral” you could say, he then told me that it was him tricking me all along late into the night.”
He also added, “It’s technically “fake”, but at the time I tweeted it I had no idea it was my friend pulling my leg. It doesn’t really matter that it wasn’t a real person, in my opinion. I’m glad people got some laughs out of it, I sure did! The texts not being “real” isn’t that big of a deal in my opinion. It was still really funny to people and to me.”
Source: Unilad UK