Detroit man who moved to Canada splits from girlfriend after 13 days

A besotted man who got his new girlfriend’s name tattooed on his neck and moved countries to be with her two weeks after they met has revealed that they have already split up – after living together for 13 days.

Terrance Green, 23, from Detroit, and Alisa Thomas, 27, from Toronto, first matched on Hinge on April 17 and she flew 230 miles to spend the weekend with him.

The 23-year-old had boasted that he and Alisa were trying for a baby one month after they matched on the dating app and two weeks after they met.

He also admitted that he had been planning to propose to her on June 18.

The smitten 23-year-old got Alisa’s name inked on his neck and moved up to be with her in early June, telling his followers on Twitter that he wanted to have a baby with her.

However, when he moved from Detroit, Michigan, to Toronto, Canada, to be with her, his relationship with the admin assistant soured and he claimed that her ‘toxic’ friends ’caused too much drama’ and the relationship ended.

Terrance Green, 23, from America, and Alisa Thomas, 27, from Canada, first matched on Hinge on April 17 and she flew 230 miles from Toronto to Detroit to spend the weekend with him

Terrance Green, 23, from America, and Alisa Thomas, 27, from Canada, first matched on Hinge on April 17 and she flew 230 miles from Toronto to Detroit to spend the weekend with him

The smitten 23-year-old got Alisa's name inked on his neck, pictured, and moved up to be with her in early June, telling his followers on Twitter that he wanted to have a baby with her

The smitten 23-year-old got Alisa’s name inked on his neck, pictured, and moved up to be with her in early June, telling his followers on Twitter that he wanted to have a baby with her

However, when he moved from Detroit, Michigan, to Toronto, Canada, to be with her, his relationship with the admin assistant soured and he claimed that her 'toxic' friends 'caused too much drama' and the relationship ended

However, when he moved from Detroit, Michigan, to Toronto, Canada, to be with her, his relationship with the admin assistant soured and he claimed that her ‘toxic’ friends ’caused too much drama’ and the relationship ended

Terrance, an entrepreneur, who is now living in Atlanta, tweeted: ‘We broke up but Ima [sic] leave this posted to show n***as what not to do’.

But now he is back on the dating scene, he does not seem too upset about their ill-fated romance, and boasted that ‘everybody’ had been waiting for him to be single again. He added that he has gained more followers online due to the ‘viral’ relationship.

Terrance said: ‘Her friends would start arguments and make her cry. For me to be there and to have her crying almost every other day, saying “My friends said this and now I’m sad”, it was just so much stress.

‘I told her she’d have to cut them off if she wanted our relationship to work. Her friends were a big problem.

Terrance, an entrepreneur, who is now living in Atlanta, tweeted that their relationship had ended and quipped that he will leave the post up to show people 'what not to do'

Terrance, an entrepreneur, who is now living in Atlanta, tweeted that their relationship had ended and quipped that he will leave the post up to show people ‘what not to do’

Terrance revealed that Alisa's friends made her cry and that they started toxic drama. Once one created a fake Instagram page and pretended that Terrance had created it. The paged slammed the food at a friend's birthday party

Terrance revealed that Alisa’s friends made her cry and that they started toxic drama. Once one created a fake Instagram page and pretended that Terrance had created it. The paged slammed the food at a friend’s birthday party

‘We had a sit-down with one of her friends that I really didn’t like because she was the main one making her cry.

‘This friend had thrown a birthday party for her daughter. Alisa went without me, and then somebody made a fake Instagram page to say the party food looked nasty and the chicken was uncooked.

‘This friend thought I’d made the page. She was texting Alisa saying: “I can’t believe your boyfriend made that Instagram page”. This was all over food at a kid’s birthday party. That’s why we had this friend come over, to have a sit-down conversation and clear things up.

‘We thought everything was cool after that, then her friend went off and told all the other friends what we talked about, made up a whole load of stuff.’

He said he chose to leave because he wanted to remove himself from the situation before things got worse

He said he chose to leave because he wanted to remove himself from the situation before things got worse

He said that he grew tired of the ‘toxic’ drama and this incident was the last straw for him.

Terrance said: ‘I woke up the next morning and Alisa was bawling. It was just too much. I said If you’re not going to cut out the toxic people in your life, I’m just going to remove myself before the whole situation gets toxic’.

‘So I just left, I chose to leave. The situation was getting too toxic. I hadn’t even been there for a month. If she didn’t want to cut them off, I didn’t want to be there. We were going to get married and have kids. I didn’t want these people around my kids or at my wedding.

‘I can’t be fake. I didn’t want to have fake-like these people for my relationship to work.

‘It’s too early in the relationship for me to have to be fake and deal with so much crying. We hadn’t even gotten past the honeymoon stage.

The 23-year-old told Alisa he was packing his things and leaving. He said that she was sad but thought she wanted him to go as it was too much for her

The 23-year-old told Alisa he was packing his things and leaving. He said that she was sad but thought she wanted him to go as it was too much for her

‘They were all older than me, nearly 30-years-old, and acting like high schoolers. I couldn’t deal with it. I told Alisa I was packing my stuff and leaving. She was sad about it but I think she wanted me to leave. It was all too much for her.

‘Her friends didn’t like me. A lot of her friends didn’t like the fact that I was planning a proposal and didn’t want to invite certain people.

‘I was going to propose to her on June 18th, I had a restaurant booked. We had a YouTube channel flying out to film it for us.’

Terrance had tweeted about their whirlwind romance before the break-up happened. He has no regrets about their relationship as he said it helped him gain followers online and attention

Terrance had tweeted about their whirlwind romance before the break-up happened. He has no regrets about their relationship as he said it helped him gain followers online and attention

Even though their relationship was short-lived, Terrance has no regrets about it because the ‘viral’ status of their romance has helped him gain followers online and he says he will get the tattoo covered up one day.

He said: ‘Looking back, I’m not mad about it. I gained a lot more attention, my YouTube is popping now. I got a lot of girls I used to talk to back in my life. My life is kind of lit again. Life is lit. I’m back in the dating game again. Everybody’s been waiting on me to be single.

‘I don’t regret moving too quickly with the relationship. I gained more fans on my platforms, I don’t regret anything I do in life.’

‘I live life with no regrets – that’s why I got the tattoo and moved to Canada. ‘I’m going to get the tattoo of her name covered up one day, I’m not rushing though. I wasn’t too upset about the break up. I’ve been having girlfriends my whole life, it doesn’t really hurt my feelings.’

After Terrance posted that the couple had broken up, he racked up more than 39,000 likes and 13,000 retweets on Twitter but he was slammed for rushing his relationship. One person wrote: 'I saw this happening from a mile away'

After Terrance posted that the couple had broken up, he racked up more than 39,000 likes and 13,000 retweets on Twitter but he was slammed for rushing his relationship. One person wrote: ‘I saw this happening from a mile away’

After Terrance posted that the couple had broken up, he racked up more than 39,000 likes and 13,000 retweets on Twitter but he was slammed for rushing his relationship.

One user wrote: ‘You f**ked up when y’all moved in together.’

Another said: ‘I saw this happening from a mile away.’ One tweeted: ‘Tattoo of someone you’ve known for under two weeks is just wild I’m sorry but glad the lesson was learnt.’

Another commented: ‘Besides trusting Hinge with your life, you got a tattoo of her name, you moved to Canada, she was possibly pregnant, and all this happened when you had known her for 24 days?’

Alisa declined to comment on their break-up – however speaking about the relationship before it ended, she had said: ‘My family and friends had been nervous and had a lot of opinions about it moving too fast.

‘I’d like to say that they support me and will come with me in time, but it’s my walk to walk. I think if we didn’t live countries apart, people wouldn’t have thought it was a fast process. But because we live in different places, everybody was like ‘oh gosh, they did that?’

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