teamnotverified wrote:As for the rest of it, i'm not too interested in exploring Jess' motives with Mark, my issue is PURELY with the way people are talking about that video. There's a disconnect between what you can actually make out on the video, and the things being said. Like, I have no issue with anyone theorising that Jess is a bad person, that she's out for his money or anything like that, I just don't think that that exchange should be used as "evidence", because if it were any normal couple on the street, no one would think twice about a guy giving his GF a bit of cash. Like i've already said, I feel like it's a normal thing to do in a relationship, I buy my partner things sometimes and they buy me things sometimes, and the only reason you're analysing it in such detail and giving the exchange more meaning than it actually has, is because you WANT your suspicions to be confirmed, that she's using him for his money.
What we’re doing in wanting our suspicions to be confirmed is no different from those who are adamant that they are just friends. From what we’ve seen in the past on social media, she has done nothing for him the way he seems to be doing things for her. She has a lot to gain from associating with him, while the reverse is not true for him. Because of this, their interaction did not seem right to me.