Queerty that he was already a committed TikTok user by the time his throuple started. He’d built up a following of over 40,000 and had often included Zeke in his videos.
He says he faced a dilemma: to continue just posting about Zeke or to go public about the fact he was in a throuple.“To continue posting about my one partner all the time seemed kind of disrespectful and exclusionary to my other partner,” he says over a Zoom call.
He decided to go public, in a very open and unabashed way.He says he was expecting a mixed reaction.“The videos at first met with pretty mild to very positive comments,” he remembers. “A lot of people just saying silly things like ‘do you need a fourth?’, and comments about our finances, stuff like, ‘Oh, in this economy, this makes so much sense.’ As I got deeper into posting throuple videos, the trolls definitely came out to play,” he laughs.In particular, a video he posted about him and his boyfriend’s enjoying a trip to South Korea prompted a certain amount of eye-rolling on GayTwitter.feeling my homophobia creep up again ?????Throuples are valid relationships but filming you and your partners tickling each other and giving each other noogies…I wanna commit a hate crime.
https://t.co/pnbjiEPQRwNot all the comments were negative. They have plenty of supportive followers on TikTok and elsewhere.Y’all give bitter energy shitting all over people just documenting their happiness lmao Are they obnoxious ?