Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day about love and showing your significant other how much you appreciate them, but one man used that day as an opportunity to give his girlfriend one last date before ending their relationship.

Antonia Hylton, a correspondent and producer for VICE, took to Twitter Saturday (Feb. 15) to share with her followers what happened to her on Valentine’s Day.

She said her boyfriend of more than 2 years took her out on a date to see The Photograph, a newly released film essentially about #BlackLove starring Issa Rae and LaKeith Stanfield.

And not long after their V-Day date, he completely blindsided her by dumping her, apparently for no reason (or at least not one that she was aware of).

Hylton said she can understand being dumped (hey, it happens to the best of us!) but what she doesn’t understand is why the hell did he take her out on a date first … to see a movie about love … ON VALENTINE’S DAY?!

“I… cannot wrap my head around why he took me out first,” she tweeted. “Is that a thing? Are men ok???”

I mean honestly, wheretheydothatat?!

The replies to her post on Twitter were just as confused, with most offering support and basically telling her: He was trash sis, you ain’t need that type of energy in your life anyway.

“As an old lady, let me promise you—it is always a blessing,” said world-famous broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien. “Doesn’t feel like it, I’m sure, but life is hard and you need people around you who are in it for the long haul. Trust me on this.”

“I’m so sorry. That’s TRASH trash,” tweeted another supporter, writer/activist Brittany Cunningham. “He wasn’t smart enough for you to be with if he was dumb enough to break up with you!”

Another woman offered a heartbreaking breakup story of her own: “My ex of 8 years planned and executed 2 surprise birthday parties for me in the same weekend for my 30th, then left me and our 1 and 2 year old daughters for another woman he fell in love with [during] the time me and the girls went away for a week.”

And one woman offered to go all Jazmine Sullivan on the man’s car: “You can slash the tires. I can key the car.” Brittany Cunningham, once again, replied: “I got the bat to the headlights.”

Women weren’t the only ones offering their support either.

Shermichael Singleton, who according to his Twitter bio is a writer and political consulted said: “First, I’m sorry for your break up. Secondly, no that is not how you end things with someone you love and care about. Those are the actions of a boy, not a man.”

Another guy tweeted: “Wait, he took you out on Valentine’s Day to break up with you? Who raised him???”

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