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Viral Lesbian TikTok Couple Breaks Up Weeks Before Wedding – – GO Magazine

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Popular TikTok couple, Sufi Malik and Anjali Chakra, have called it quits. The Indian and Pakistani couple from New York and San Francisco had been together for five years and were engaged to be married. Fans were shocked and heartbroken to learn that the wedding was recently called off due to “infidelity committed by Sufi.”

Anjali broke the news in an Instagram post yesterday, writing, “This may come as a shock, but our journey is shifting. We have decided to call off our wedding and end our relationship due to infidelity committed by Sufi.”

She asked that their followers show kindness towards both of the influencers during this time, clarifying that the breakup was a mutual and “difficult decision.”

On her own Instagram page, Sufi posted a statement that read, “I made an unrecognisable mistake of betrayal by cheating on her a few weeks before our wedding. I’ve hurt her tremendously, beyond my understanding. I am owning up to my mistake and will continue to do so.”

Commenters didn’t hold back their heartbreak, psychoanalysis of the relationship, and general commentary. The very public breakup garnered detailed comments from “Dear everyone: the uncomfortable truth is when it comes to cheating, it’s not just about the cheater committing a massive betrayal. It’s often a symptom of larger relationship issues. There is a link between feeling unhappy and being unfaithful. And studies show infidelity is often preceded, not followed, by a gradual decline in relationship functioning. The bottom line is both people deserve respect, empathy, and mental well-being— not the judgements of complete strangers projecting their own ideas of what relationships should look like. Sending love and light to both of you. It’s incredibly brave to live openly in this hard world. You’re doing it,” to “Your love radiates so much love even through this BREAKUP post…. Which makes me cry. Then seeing sufi’s message full of regret, her not even recognizing her own actions…. Also made me cry. I’m so sorry you’re both hurting right now 💔 in an outcome nobody truly wanted.
I hope it’s not too stressful for you guys to make cancellations, get refunds, move, come up with solutions for whatever plans you had etc. and establish boundaries with people who may have gotten involved in your relationship.”

It’s clear how invested fans were in the relationship, and how sincere Anjali and Sufi had been in sharing their lives up until now.

Hundreds of thousands of fans have followed their love story since 2019 when the pair shot to internet fame after a photo of them in traditional dress went viral.

The couple told Business Insider at the time, “People message us so often to say that they’re so happy they found us because they didn’t realise that there were any other queer South Asian people out there.”

We wish both Anjali and Sufi healing and peace during this difficult time.

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